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goggles

[′gäg·əlz]
(engineering)
Spectacle-like eye protectors having shields at the sides and short, projecting eye tubes.
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The old man advanced a step toward the fire, glowing cavernously in the green goggles.
His guest was now reclining on one elbow, watching the proceedings with the goggles that glowed like lamps.
Homer was blind, and so was Milton, and they did something to be remembered by, in spite of it," he said, as if to himself, in a solemn tone, for even the blue goggles did not bring a smile.
He had a large share of pride, which had hitherto found itself very comfortable in the world, despising Old Goggles, and reposing in the sense of unquestioned rights; but now this same pride met with nothing but bruises and crushings.
Have you ever reflected on the power of goggle eyes and grey whiskers?
BEER GOGGLES, who gave Richard Woollacott his biggest victory when winning the Long Distance Hurdle at Newbury in December, has moved stables.
The goggles will help soldiers operate in multiple environments, while improving upon its predecessors by wirelessly linking the system to the Family of Weapon Sights-Individual, a device that can be mounted onto a rifle.
It consists of a pair of oversized Goggles, a puck-shaped external device called a Lightpack and a handheld controller.
Safety glasses and safety goggles are not always interchangeable, as there are several stark differences that separate the two types of protective eyewear.
A YOUNG boy has watched Star Wars from the sofa for the first time, using goggles that enhance vision in the partially sighted.
Here's a novel observing aid for deep-sky aficionados: the Flip-Filter Goggles from Apache-Sitgreaves Research Center ($42).
The VR experience requires a smartphone with standard size screen that fits securely into the goggles.