glass eye

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prosthesis consisting of an artificial eye made of glass

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Subsequent phases were well represented here: her mixed-media "Bricolage" works of the 1960s, which incorporate image-objects such as the aforementioned glass eyes as well as beads and other found materials; her "Comma" series of the '70s, in which dark rubber hangs like skin, flab, or organs (Rama's industrialist father, who committed suicide, owned a bicycle factory); and then, many fine examples of her return, in the '80s and beyond, to her signature practice of confrontational figuration.
Nope," said the man with the eye patch and the glass eye.
White uploaded the video in two parts: first, on finding of the object, and second, on the glass eye that he observed in the head of the doll.
The investigators said: "In light of the claims about the glass eye jewellery and Savile's interference with the bodies of the deceased, is evident his interest in the mortuary was not within accepted boundaries.
Suddenly she sneezed, and her glass eye came flying out of its socket toward the man.
Other strange items discovered on board include dentures, a bag of sand, a glass eye, box of dried fish, wig, a toupee and even a prosthetic leg.
Tenders are invited for Glass eye productions upgrade of equipment and systems
A history of aerial photography and archaeology; Mata Hari's glass eye and other stories.
It would have brought a tear to a glass eye and was brilliantly played by Gordon McCorkell and Stephen Purdon, who have been the show's enduring double act for the last 10 years.
A ONE-EYED man who is a suspect in a double murder uses a creepy black glass eye to intimidate strangers.
RAYMOND, Julie Anita The True Story of Graham Laycock's Extraordinary Vision Adventure with a Glass Eye, Self Pub, 2011 188pp $20.
The sharp edge of the husk cut deeper than his cornea, so he lost his eye and had to have surgery to prepare his eye socket for a glass eye.
A Glass Eye Pix presentation of a MonsterPants Movie production.
Jean Dyson, of Lindley, recalls the following from bygone days: After the ball was over, she took out her glass eye, stood her false leg in the corner, closed up her bottle of dye, put her false teeth in her basin, hung up her wig on the wall, and all that was left went to bye-byes, after the ball.