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Synonyms for eyeshade

a brim that projects to the front to shade the eyes

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Pitt's essentials: binoculars, a good book, a deck of cards, maps (with rail lines), earplugs or an eyeshade if you are a light sleeper, bathing and grooming items, a pocket flashlight, sunglasses, a cheap digital watch with an alarm, a small first-aid kit, water from home (Pitt says it's tastier than the drinking fountain) and cash for the entire journey.
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And beyond the green eyeshade, the CPA may wear any number of hats--auditor, accountant, corporate or personal financial planner, business and management consultant, maybe management information specialist, perhaps manager of the employee benefit plan.
* Earplugs, which may be the only way to dull down the sound of a busy hospital, and an eyeshade if light keeps you up at night.
Tim Mulligan, publisher of The Eyeshade Report, a newsletter that reports on publicly traded companies, wrote an article that was very critical of Matrixx Initiatives Inc.
He was the recipient of the 2005 Society of Professional Journalist "Green Eyeshade" award for serious commentary, and he has won more than 30 other significant awards.
The Green Eyeshade Awards are presented annually for outstanding journalism in 29 categories in print, television, radio and online journalism.
Which shows that a chap's sensitivity is indeed skin deep and the only way to really tell whether he is in love is to ask a girl to wash off all her foundation, powder and eyeshade and appear with her face totally nude.
Or maybe he's still as sharp as a whip and no older at 74 than some people are at 54, and has no plan beyond having his stooges hire whoever is the next sagest guy in the world on the day he hangs up his eyeshade.
As she eats an airline dinner and dons an eyeshade, her doppelganger finally reaches the precinct of the maternal room, symbolically becoming her own Mother.
Wearing a clerk's eyeshade, dress shirt and neatly knotted necktie, he looks like a character out of a Rod Serling story.
WUSF 89.7 captured honors at the 54th Annual Green Eyeshade Awards from the Society of Professional Journalists.
It also can produce documentaries, such as "Survivors: A World War II Documentary," which earned Moore and host Roby Brock first place in the TV news documentary category at the 51st Annual Green Eyeshade Excellence in Journalism Awards.
From that vista--from "green eyeshade" to the CEO era--he assesses the problems he saw coming to a head in the 1980s and the (you guessed it) CFO Act as "the beginning od a revolution." Also, "The 1990s might be called the decade of reinvention." Sullivan offers an excellent reprise of events financial in the 90s as prelude to a laundry list of foci for future reform--"abundant challenging opportunities that will continue to allow federal career employees to have an impact on the future direction of federal financial management."
Fiction writers have used a broad and inaccurate pen in painting the modern country editor as a grey-haired, old man wearing a green eyeshade, black muslin elastic-banded arm cuffs, and sitting at a battered, cluttered roll-top calmly smoking a curved pipe as he writes brilliant homey editorials.