fish bowl

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Synonyms for fish bowl

a state of affairs in which you have no privacy

a transparent bowl in which small fish are kept

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Each Fish Bowl discussion session was for a duration of 10 minutes each and plenary session was for a duration of 5 minutes.
Yes, it seems even zebrafish lie awake thinking about whether to take a second mortgage on the fish bowl.
Yes, it seems even zebrafish lie awake, tossing and turning, thinking of the kids' grades, that big promotion, and whether to take a second mortgage on the fish bowl.
They are willing to make tough public choices in the fish bowl of public scrutiny.
I've closed locations because there were too many fish in a fish bowl and we needed a bigger fish bowl,'' Gordon said.
When the fish chooses to move it's fish bowl to one end of the wire it swims to one side of the bowl.
The contingency management group received the same standard care and monitoring but had a chance to win a prize from a fish bowl with each negative alcohol use test.
Learning by doing (simulations/role plays, fish bowl exercises)
Call attention to the Matisse-like still-life set up in the front of the classroom (geraniums, Chinese evergreens, a large fish bowl, succulents, and a cloth).
Adds Christopher Mann, policy director for the now-closed nonprofit Center for SeaChange: "We've treated the ocean largely like a fish bowl without habitat but with a bunch of fish in it.
NFL Films president STEVE SABOL on Dick Butkus, the fearsome Chicago Bears linebacker: "He was like Moby Dick in a fish bowl.
At the Fish Bowl on Siesta Drive, we found a 10-gallon All Glass Aquarium for $85 that comes with a light, filter and pump.
A biOrb 360 8 fish bowl will bring harmony and style into your life.
Traditional designs are joined by quirky offerings, such as the Fish Bowl Light, which hangs a bowl of real fish under a halogen ceiling light.