squinting


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having eyes half closed in order to see better

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Every time I read up a card I just pucker up, just a little bit,' Harvey said, squinting at a card just handed out to him.
4 GET YOUR EYES TESTED: The area around your eyes can be one of the first places to display signs of ageing such as fine lines and crow's feet, and these can be exacerbated by unconscious frowning or squinting caused by poor eyesight.
By the end of a hunt, he may be squinting or pawing at his eyes--not a good sign.
MANY UK school children would rather endure squinting at the whiteboard than being teased for wearing their specs, new research has revealed.
He warned that squinting is mis-alignment of the eyes and is mostly seen in children, but most parents do not take steps to get it treated at an early age.
This timepiece's giant panel display of 45mm particularly is well-suited for athletes, active lifestylers, and anyone who's tired of squinting.
Inside his mountain retreat A priest unwraps the arcana Of St John, the ship's parping bleat Brings him out squinting against Whitewash dazzle, he counts buses Idling by the jetty, does sums In his head, goes back in, fusses With relics, gives a backhand thump To upholstered pews while snapping A duster over fragrant wood - All nerves at showtime, he rattles His offertory box for luck.
She says: "I had a habit of squinting when I fired and screwing up my face.
Both the goalkeepers like to wear them and a couple of the girls do on a really bright day so you're not squinting a lot, which can cause headaches.
They are high contrast, but they also allow you to track the ball and one of the theories is that if you're squinting all the time, it actually fatigues your muscles quite heavily.
Once sand scratches up a windshield, your pilots will be squinting their eyes just to see where they're flying
Robb took significant criticism for the design of the R 1150 GS in 1999, specifically the "duck bill" front fender design and headlamp configuration, which made it look like it was squinting.
He was squinting noticeably in the clubhouse before the game and complained of a headache, but said he doesn't expect to be out more than a day or two.
He's squinting into the sun, waving a tiny shred of white, frail but proud in the immaculate tatters of his uniform.
If you were to watch a video of Goodman's eye-popping stunt, you'd see her start by squinting her eyes and then widen her lids.