goggles


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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. Mr.
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.
Stelling as he had despised Old Goggles. If there were anything that was not thoroughly genuine about Mr.
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.
The most unlikely things have a secret power over one's thoughts--the grey whiskers of a particular person--the goggle eyes of another."
"Have you ever reflected on the power of goggle eyes and grey whiskers?
Contract notice: delivery of full goggles and impulse sound ear plugs (isgs) to the bavarian police
NASA's Mars Mission takes an interesting turn as scientists reveal that astronauts will most likely use swimming goggles to protect their eyes while exploring the Red Planet.
AMAZON have been accused of plotting to employ Big Brother tactics after they patented goggles that can monitor warehouse staff.
BY MARK ELLIS Industrial Correspondent AMAZON has been accused of plotting to employ Big Brother tactics after it patented goggles that can monitor warehouse staff.
First-person vision (FPV) goggles. The phrase may garner blank stares from many people who are not yet familiar with the technology.