doll's eye

doll's eye

The cockpit magnetic indicator that when black indicates the system is functioning normally and, when white indicates a malfunctioning system. Normally used in electrical and oxygen systems.
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1 Eye-poppers When you see the spooky white berries with a single black spot emerging from red stems, you can understand why this sinister-looking plant is nicknamed the Doll's Eye (Actaea pachypoda).
While The Doll's Eye is a page-turning ride designed to chill and thrill, it is also a meditation on happiness and gratitude.
It is just one of many items - including a doll's eye and creepy-crawlies - fished out of children's lugholes by nurse Jo Williams.
As she likes to say "it's all in the eyes." No doubt about it, her favorite part is painting each doll's eyes.
Deadly nightshade (black berries), climbing nightshade (red or black berries), poison ivy and poison sumac (white berries) and plants like baneberry, doll's eyes, leopardsbane and a host of unfamiliar plants are best admired at a distance.
"Get rid of it," he spits, feeling the doll's eyes upon him.
Voluntary vertical eye movements were almost abolished, but could be elicited by doll's eyes maneuver.
For most of the book's 27 fly patterns, Jay uses odd items like fake fur, plastic doll's eyes, tooth picks, soda straws, epoxy and super glue.
The large, shiny white berries with black dots have led to the nickname of Doll's Eyes, which they are often called in New England.
I'll come to you, a mouthful of doll's eyes and sour grass.
He actually "pried out the doll's eyes with the tip of his scalpel and pawned them for a fancy gold pocket watch with a long embossed chain" (5).
One day he pried out the doll's eyes with the tip of his scalpel and pawned them for a fancy gold pocket watch with a long, embossed chain.