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any of various gems (as chrysoberyl or chalcedony) that reflect light when cut in a rounded shape

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Roads in the cantonment and city areas of Abbottabad are littered with cat's eyes, which pose a serious threat to the lives and vehicles of the motorists.
The sharp-edged metal cat's eyes may be replaced with smooth plastic cat's eyes.
I think people tend to take things on board when something is said through an innocent cat's eyes.
These can be seen up to 1,000 yards ahead which is 10 times further than cat's eyes.
Immortalised by the likes of screen icon Audrey Hepburn, a cat's eye lens is an instant short-cut to the full on retro glamour look that's heating up nicely as a major trend this season.
CAT'S EYES CAT'S EYES FEW bands have played in surroundings as opulent as St Peter's Basilica in the Vatican, but the venue is a good match for this band's experimental hybrids of hymns and Beach Boys-style vocal harmonies.
Explain that cat's eyes are like mirrors because they reflect light.
WANDERING eyes while using the road could prove dangerous but when they're cat's eyes things could get complicated.
But a cat's eyes don't actually glow," says Fred Scott, DVM, interim Director at Cornell's Feline Health Center.
Messier 7, sometimes called Ptolemy's Cluster, is on the far left (to the left of the nearly twin Cat's Eyes stars in Scorpius's tail).
NICE to see technology being put to good use with the cat's eyes on the M8 between Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Sri Lanka is famous for its huge blue sapphires, red rubies, cat's eyes, alexandrites, tourmalines, zircons, garnets, moonstones, amethysts and topaz.
Lots of cat's eyes, rainbows, oilies, zebras, galaxies and pandas.
What are those white things that go over my cat's eyes when he sleeps?
SHOPPERS will be served up Traffic Lights and Cat's Eyes as part of a campaign in Coventry to cut the number of summer drink-drivers.