strabismus

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Synonyms for strabismus

the condition of not having the visual axes parallel

Synonyms for strabismus

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When the crown-shaped lid was put back on it was cock-eyed.
What lesson can the world take from the similarly cock-eyed position on the uranium example?
A return at St James' Park, Newcastle, on April 2 is a target with his recovery aided by a cock-eyed fixture list.
Sadly, there's little to inspire even a cock-eyed optimist.
There probably are cock-eyed optimists out there who believe we can win all three, although most of them are safely locked away.
A cock-eyed plan that would erase the clear line of responsibility connecting the district's seven elected school board members to the community, replacing it with a hash of vague, overlapping and sometimes conflicting authority.
And that narrative was becoming more cock-eyed with every passing year.
Whether the economic eggheads at the Office of Fair Trading realise exactly what a cock-eyed prize-money programme is likely to emerge in 2006 is another matter.
But these small centres are sometimes the social glue that helps strengthen hard-pressed communities and Labour will be challenging this cock-eyed thinking.
There is a cedar wreath with dried flowers leaning at a cock-eyed angle against the cross.
World-weary Frank Quinlan (William Hurt) and cock-eyed optimist Dorothy Winters (Andie MacDowell) have written about three-headed dogs and extraterrestrials' babies, but both are caught off-guard by a molting angel who looks into their hearts and finds the frail seeds of love.
If the movie has encountered any criticism, it's from skeptics who find its cock-eyed optimism too winsome.
With the Democrats preoccupied with White House coffees, Republicans were free to concoct a cock-eyed rush to judgment, encouraging states to cluster their primaries and caucuses in March.
Not only did Rolling Stone feature "Get Myself Into It" on their editors' Hot List, the magazine also made the song its July 18th Pick of the Day, declaring that it "takes The Rapture's cock-eyed disco to new heights.
ONLY a cock-eyed optimist would deny that throughout the threematch series there has been sufficient clear daylight between the two sides for South Africa to justifiably claim cricket's mantle as the world's No.