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any of various gems (as chrysoberyl or chalcedony) that reflect light when cut in a rounded shape

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While I don't have Catseye tools, I was able to achieve satisfactory optical alignment following instructions on the ASA website.
Efva Attling's 'retrospective classics' from Scandinavian Eyewear include the catseye sunglass style Claire (pictured below) and a men's aviator style.
They are rehearsing at the Catseye Studio, sited on the former US airforce base near Lambourn, where the celebrated World War II band leader Glenn Miller was a visitor shortly after D-day in 1944.
The winner will be allocated four bikes, four helmets, four catseye light sets, four repair kits, four bike pumps, four reflective arm bands, four water bottles and a training package.
The remaining 23 items making up the diverse list include the catseye, anglepoise lamp, Aston Martin DB5 and the old red Routemaster bus.
The Anglepoise Lamp, the Catseye, the London A-Z atlas, the mini skirt, and even Britain's road and motorway signage also feature in the list.
Catseye scopes come standard with the company's Black Shadow finish, essentially a thin rubber armoring.
There was the year of the cyclone, the year of the massive fire that destroyed the entire reception area and shopping arcade on Catseye Beach, the groundings, the collisions, the spectacular races, and the parties and celebrated social scene.
The Lingerie Room at Brown Thomas is Ireland's ultimate undies destination and this season there is a host of exciting new labels including Bodas, Catseye, Cheek Frills, Canopi, Eberjey and Emily Evans.
Catseyes tale:A yorkshireman called Percy Shaw devised the modern catseye stud in 1934.
Mussels, oysters, tuatua, pipi, toheroa, cockles, scallops, catseyes, kina (sea urchin) and all other bivalve shellfish should not be eaten.
FROM Catseyes to crossword puzzles, Tarmac to telephones, pencils to penicillin, we know we're an inventive lot.
I even found pieces of coral, catseyes, shells, lots of stuff.