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walleye:

see strabismusstrabismus
, inability of the eyes to focus together because of an imbalance in the muscles that control eye movement; also called squint. It is a consequence of weakness or uneven development of one or more of the six small muscles that surround the eye.
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walleye

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walleyed pike:

see perchperch,
common name for some members of the family Percidae, symmetrical freshwater fishes of N Europe, Asia, and North America. The perches belong to the large order Perciformes (spiny-finned fishes) and are related to the sunfishes and the sea basses.
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walleye

1. a divergent squint
2. opacity of the cornea
3. an eye having a white or light-coloured iris
4. (in some collies) an eye that is particoloured white and blue
5. a North American pikeperch, Stizostedion vitreum, valued as a food and game fish
6. any of various other fishes having large staring eyes
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