And if sharp-eyed
viewers think that Mrs Amos looks surprisingly like her son in drag, well that's all part of the magic of television.
detective spotted the tiny tag amid debris at the scene and it helped prove Watson bought the tool at Wickes.
Utilizing the same concept that works for fluorocarbon--what fish can't see won't spook them--stealthy InvisaSwivels allow anglers to keep a twist-reducing swivel in their terminal rigging without having to resort to long leaders to fool sharp-eyed
fish such as tuna.
fans will have noticed that Nicollette Sheridan's face has been missing from the opening titles since the latest run of the series began.
Bowhunter reader Bob Miles has pointed out an error in the "Notes & Regulations Changes" accompanying the "2008 Deer Forecast" (Oct/Nov 2008, page 146).
onlooker was horrified when he saw a group of youths heading down fog-bound Marske beach towards the sea with a small boat.
nine-years-ohd kevein tolley saved his neighbours'bacon when he spotet a burglar in their house.
passer-by thwarted a burglary at an antique shop yesterd ay.
However, they weren't clever enough to beat our sharp-eyed
photographer, who apprehended the group outside the theatre, capturing this landmark picture.
perspective from an author who despises all forms of imperialism and is utterly unafraid to declare it.
motorists brought a danger driver before magistrates.
shoppers shuffling down Oxford Street might just have noticed that one of the dummies in the window was moving.
When the stamp was first issued, a sharp-eyed
stamp enthusiast purchased a sheet of 100 and noticed that the plane was inverted.
Prices were stable to halfway as 2-1 shot Denman gave odds-on Karanja a lead, then some sharp-eyed
layers noticed Denman hanging very badly on the turn into the back straight.
Yet many of these instances of plagiarism are detected by sharp-eyed
users of the networks.