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keyword: Eye
A Bird's Eye View »
(what it looks like when seen from above...)

He Got A Black Eye »
(the area around his eye is colored from a bruise after being hit...)

In The Public Eye »
(where everyone can see you; people you don't know may be watching...)

In Your Mind's Eye »
(in your imagination; you see an image of it in your mind...)

Keep An Eye On Him »
(watch him carefully...)

Look Someone In The Eye »
(be direct with that person; do not hide; do not turn away when that person looks at you...)

The Apple Of Your Eye »
(the one you love the most...)

Without Batting An Eye »
(With no sign of exerting effort...)



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