When Sam was younger he was cross-eyed
and his dad used to ask him: 'Are you looking at me or at Jackie?
thought that Descartes favored cross-eyed
women, or that glass eels
Summary: Animal lovers have been mourning the loss of former Leipzig Zoo resident, Heidi the cross-eyed
opossom, who died this week.
The other choices were Smokehouse, Hog Pen, McClard's, Corky's, Mean Pig, Sim's BBQ, Cross-Eyed
Pig, Q-BBQ (that's actually in Downer's Grove, III, where Acxiom has an office) and Lindsey's Hospitality House.
Summary: An Arab man in Dubai was apparently conned into marrying a cross-eyed
woman who sported a beard, because she wore the niqab.
Dubai An Arab ambassador said he decided to call off his wedding immediately after he discovered that his wife-to-be, who wears a niqab, was bearded and cross-eyed
He begins by giving examples in English whereby unfamiliar words or phrases are rearranged in the mind to make sense, such as the classic "Gladly, the cross-eyed
bear" for "Gladly the cross I'd bear".
Using telepathic cycle helmets and a cross-eyed
zebra Hector taught the children about keeping safe in the road.
She had been cross-eyed
and stereoblind since early infancy--so when at age 50 her vision changed to include stereo depth for the first time in her life, it proved a vision therapy program and its revolutionary insights on brain function to be a viable program.
I felt better when I woke up but really tired - when dad picked me up I kept going cross-eyed
and falling asleep.
GERMANY'S latest famous polar bear cub opened her eyes for the first time yesterday, and it appears she may be cross-eyed
A COUPLE failed to get medical treatment for their baby son for five days after he had suffered a serious head injury which caused him to go cross-eyed
and with a prognathous jaw that would put Jay Leno to shame, Wilkes entered Parliament in 1757 at the age of 31.
trying to decipher a slide with 14 bullet points in 12 point type from the back of the auditorium?
You look at them cross-eyed
, and they break," Williams says.