access eye

access eye

[′ak‚ses ‚ī]
(civil engineering)
A threaded plug fitted into bends and junctions of drain, waste, or soil pipes to provide access when a blockage occurs.
(engineering)

cleanout

1. A pipe fitting with a removable plug which provides access for inspection or cleaning of the pipe run. Also called an access eye or cleaning eye.
2. An opening at the base of a chimney, stack, or breeching for the removal of dust, soot, etc.
3. An opening in concrete forms for removing debris; closed before the concrete is placed.
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While large numbers of people remain unable to see or access eye care, our job remains unfinished.
Players can access Eye to Eye by going to the Custom Games tab on the multiplayer section of "Battlefield 1.
TEM use by females has been attributed to inability to access eye care services due to gender-related factors.
Rural residence imposes both geographic and economic barriers to access eye care services3.
Broadening the spectrum of individuals able to access eye control devices is only one of the benefits of the Tobii Eye Gaze Learning Curve.
Remembering Professor Holden, chief executive of the College, Bryony Pawinska said: "He was passionate about a lot of things, but especially ensuring that people could access eye care in the developing world and rural communities.
Guild Wars players who purchase the expansion can access Eye of the North content through any of the multi-million-selling Guild Wars campaigns - Guild Wars, Guild Wars Factions([TM]), or Guild Wars Nightfall([TM]).
We were also on hand to provide eye examinations for those who may have never had the health of their eyes assessed and were unable to access eye care easily at home.
Eye care is reaching a critical point in the transformation of the healthcare industry and Eye Care International has the potential to radically transform the means by which Americans access eye care-related products and services.
Most people know that people with special needs are much more likely to have problems than the general population, but are much less likely to access eye care.