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Synonyms for binoculars

an optical instrument designed for simultaneous use by both eyes

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A CAMERA and a pair of binoculars were among the items stolen during a burglary in Northumberland.
Police have released CCTV footage of a man police would like to speak to after a pair of binoculars worth PS1,620 were stolen on Sunday.
However a pair of binoculars or a small telescope at modest power will offer a more satisfying view, he said.
Washington, Feb 24 (ANI): Tonight, skygazers will get the opportunity to treat their eyes on a greenish, double-tailed comet, as it's passing close by Earth.vid sky watchers will be able to spot the comet with a pair of binoculars.
"It's um, uh, slippery and it, ah, um, comes in a bottle and stuff." But now and again (rarely it seems) you stumble onto a pair of binoculars that truly stands out.
It also had in it a pair of binoculars with matching stand from the 60s.
Do you have a pair of binoculars? If so, you've used them to look at birds and other things during the day.
A pair of binoculars believed used by an Enola Gay crew member to evaluate the devastation of the first atomic bombing have been donated to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, museum officials said Friday.
Encased in a rugged cast aluminum housing, the product provides industrial durability in a lightweight package the size of a pair of binoculars. It operates on the disappearing filament principle, blending the brightness of a hot target to that of a calibrated lamp filament for measurement.