eyeball


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eyeball

the entire ball-shaped part of the eye
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eyeball

[′ī‚bȯl]
(anatomy)
The globe of the eye.
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eyeball

i. A passenger-controlled spherical valve outlet for fresh air, usually overhead.
ii. To search visually.
iii. Visual (colloquial), as in eyeball contact.
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eyeball driven

(1) See eye tracking.

(2) A business strategy that is based on obtaining the highest number of visitors to its website. See eyeballs.

eyeballs

The number of users. "There are 110 eyeballs" means there are 110 users currently online. See eyeball hang time.
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Patience is reportedly wearing dark shade since doctors removed the plaster from her damaged eyeball to prevent dust from entering into the eye.
The mutation is also responsible for the disease as eyeball of a sibling was almost reduced to vanish by the time he reached the age of 30.
Some rehabilitation institutions in the eastern province of Zhejiang used the technology last year, albeit without the eyeball movement tracking instrument.
I probably wouldn't wait over a week to get it examined, however, and I would definitely take your pup in sooner if the eyeball looks discolored or is painful in any way.
Emil Chynn filmed himself performing the nail-biting procedure, which required the insertion of a 3mm-by-4mm-wide platinum heart into the patient's eyeball, at Park Avenue LASEK Surgery, New York.
Four pathologists performed eyeball estimates of the Ki67 index to the nearest 1% for glass slides on the area they identified as a hot spot.
Authorities said a 20-year-old South Carolina woman was rushed to a hospital Tuesday after she gouged her own eyes and was discovered holding at least one of her eyeballs outside of a church in Anderson when deputies arrived.
The median length of the eyeball was 23.34 mm at time 1 (range of 21.15 to 23.73 mm, 75th percentile, 23.85 mm), 23.37 mm at time 2 (range of 21.15 to 26.02 mm, 75th percentile, 23.83), and 23.43 mm at time 3 (range of 21.11 to 26.25 mm, 75th percentile, 23.91 mm).
In eyeball tattoos - also referred to as scleral tattoos - needles inject ink into the whites of a person's eyes to permanently dye it a different colour.
Proptosis or prolapse of eyeball is a true ophthalmic emergency, requiring rapid assessement of the situation and immediate medical and surgical therapy (Fritsche et al., 1996).
has acquired UK-based Eyeball Surfcheck Ltd., the company said.