Eyes

  • (noun): Opinion or judgment.
    Example: "In the eyes of the law"; "I was wrong in her eyes"

Some articles on eyes, eye:

Desquamation - Eyes
... Eye tissues including the conjunctiva and cornea may undergo pathological desquamation in diseases such as dry eye syndrome ... The anatomy of the human eye makes desquamation of the lens impossible ...
Enrico Maxwell
... facial tic characterized by repeated wincing of his left eye, much to the amusement of fans ... In the manga, Maxwell has blonde hair and blue eyes, while both animated versions give him silver hair ... He has green eyes in the TV series and violet eyes in the OVA series ...
Extraocular Muscles - Coordination of Movement Between Both Eyes
... When one shifts the gaze horizontally, one eye will move laterally (toward the side) and the other will move medially (toward the midline) ... by the central nervous system, to make the eyes move together and almost involuntarily ... of squint, namely, the inability of the eyes to be directed to one point ...
58th Venice International Film Festival - Awards
... Seidl) Silver Lion The Whiz Kids (Jan Krüger) Volpi Cup Best Actor Luigi Lo Cascio Light of My Eyes Best Actress Sandra Ceccarelli Light of My Eyes Marcello Mastroianni Award And Your ... Wedding (Mira Nair) Sergio Trasatti Award Light of My Eyes (Giuseppe Piccioni) CinemAvvenire Award Best Film on the Relationship Man-Nature Sailing Home (Vincenzo Marra) Best ...
Basilisk - Literary References
... In William Shakespeare's Richard III, a widow, on hearing compliments on her eyes from her husband's brother and murderer, retorts that she wishes they were those of a basilisk, that she ... says about a ring, "It is a basilisk unto mine eye, Kills me to look on't." Similarly, Samuel Richardson wrote in his famous novel Clarissa or the ... to the basilisk in a poem See how she rears her head, And rolls about her dreadful eyes, To drive all virtue out, or look it dead! ‘Twas sure this basilisk sent Temple thence … Alexander Pope also ...

Famous quotes containing the word eyes:

    It was the feeling of a passenger on an ocean steamer whose mind will not give him rest until he has been in the engine-room and talked with the engineer. She wanted to see with her own eyes the action of primary forces; to touch with her own eyes the action of primary forces; to touch with her own hand the massive machinery of society; to measure with her own mind the capacity of the motive power. She was bent upon getting to the heart of the great American mystery of democracy and government.
    Henry Brooks Adams (1838–1918)

    When you close your eyes to tragedy, you close your eyes to greatness.
    Stephen Vizinczey (b. 1933)

    I have seen many people, who, while you are speaking to them, instead of looking at, and attending to you, fix their eyes upon the ceiling, or some other part of the room, look out of the window, play with a dog, twirl their snuff-box, or pick their nose. Nothing discovers a little, futile, frivolous mind more than this, and nothing is so offensively ill-bred.
    Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (1694–1773)