Each year the nation ups the ante for Halloween, and we've come a long way from the days of simply wearing white sheets with the eyeholes
The photograph of the great house shows a doomed building left to rot, its huge, once-graceful windows like dark eyeholes
in a mouldering skull.
Congrats to Miley Cyrus for coming up with the worst disguise since going out in a thunderstorm with a newspaper with two eyeholes
Place tongue and trotter meat In center of face Tightly roll face with ears covering eyeholes
, then tie closed with butcher's twine (or use netting).
Pupil of Islam's eye refers to Jalaluddin an dark eyeholes
refers to Mongolians and surrounding Jalaluddin.
My dear Morris, here is your book read at last--and beautiful it proves: affecting me much as do Handel's fine "suites," as he calls them, for the clavecin of his day: all the newer for their archaic tinge, all the more varied (to the appreciatively observant) because of the continuous key and recurring forms,--the New masked in the Old and perpetually looking out of the eyeholes
of its disguise.
It's time to eschew the lame cat ears and the unsexy white sheets with eyeholes
cut out and go for a Hollywood-inspired, dazzling outfit this Halloween.
blinkers head garment with holes for eyes and ears, one or both eyeholes
being fitted with cowls cutting out all vision to the rear but permitting full forward vision; v visor one or both cowls have holes permitting limited side or rear vision; h hood earcovers only; e/c eyecover one eye only fully covered; e/s eyeshield mesh or other transparent material instead of cowls; p sheepskin cheekpiece; t tongue-strap b1 v1 t1 p1 first time under today's code Irish racing does not differentiate between blinkers and visor.
The mask solemnly labeled 'First Born' indicates death with X's over the eyeholes
, like a 1930's comic strip.
Masks should have eyeholes
large enough for full vision, hats should be secured so they don't fall over the eyes and flashlights should be carried.
Convicts in balaclavas or improvised hoods with eyeholes
cut into them, sometimes made from blackened pillowcases, roamed the roof tossing down slates to the great danger of anyone on the ground.
All too often, on Halloween as in real life, it's easier to just cut eyeholes
in a sheet and call it a ghost than it is to come up with something that's really original.
This time, I am going to turn to the window and look him full in the eye, or the black-ringed eyeholes
of that goofy mask, and look at his crotch, and back at the mask, and point and laugh.
In the scene where Wu Luan/Hamlet investigates his father's armor, a point-of-view shot from inside the casing's eyeholes
suggests a still-sentient presence; while an accompanying glimpse of blood trickling from the sockets points out the idea of harm or injury.
Pash of tallow, perishable treasure: Her broken nose is dark as a turf clod, Her eyeholes
blank as pools in the old workings.