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Synonyms for eye

eyeball

eyesight

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close or shut your eyes to something

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eye something or someone up

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in or to someone's eyes

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  • in the opinion of
  • in the mind of
  • from someone's viewpoint
  • in the judgment of
  • in someone's point of view
  • in the belief of

keep an eye or your eye on someone or something

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see eye to eye

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set, clap or lay eyes on someone or something

up to your eyes

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an organ of vision

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the faculty of seeing

the position from which something is observed or considered

a length of line folded over and joined at the ends so as to form a curve or circle

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the most intensely active central part

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a person whose work is investigating crimes or obtaining hidden evidence or information

to direct the eyes on an object

to look intently and fixedly

to look at or on attentively or carefully

Synonyms for eye

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However, these measurements of maximum CFF were made in a completely dark-adapted eye; the eye of F.
Sit comfortably at the eyepiece with a fully dark-adapted eye, and after focusing on a convenient nearby star, concentrate on the planet's tiny disk (currently just 4 arcseconds across) and record first impressions: then shift the planet to a different place in the field of view and refocus.
The flash duration at which the maximum ERG amplitude was reached and maintained for three consecutive measurements was taken as the length of the flash response for a dark-adapted eye. The flicker fusion frequency was measured with 10 ms flashes in dark adapted crabs, as well as in crabs adapted to and tested in 11.65 [[micro]watts]/[cm.sup.2] fluorescent light.
(1990) on the galatheid Petrolisthes elongatus and by Gaten (1994) on Munida rugosa lent further support to this notion, but specified that this was true only for the dark-adapted eye; in the light-adapted state apposition optics were used.
A pronounced shift in the sensitivity of the dark-adapted eye toward the blue end of the spectrum, known as the Purkinje effect, causes a faint source of red light (such as the glowing ember of a distant cigarette) to be perceived as green.
Since both these values are under the 7-mm limit often cited as the maximum exit pupil usable for the dark-adapted eye, the difference in the view is that the background sky in the 55-mm eyepiece will be as bright as it is with the unaided eye, while it will be slightly darker in the 40-mm ocular.
Unappreciated also is the remarkably bright image seen by the dark-adapted eye, even at that relatively slow focal ratio.
One way to achieve good results is to adjust the monitor's brightness so the image is pleasing to a dark-adapted eye. That way, an aperture setting around f/5.6 will give good results with ISO 400 film and a 1/8-second exposure.