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Eyeless in Gaza is one of the most visible instances of the modernist "aspiration toward Bildnno in new and startling formats" (Castle 2006, 29).
Eyeless and regular southern stingrays were obtained from commercial catches of the small-scale fleet from San Pedro and Chiltepec ports, Tabasco (Fig.
Eyeless animals maintain nocturnal activity in light-dark, but lose rhythmicity in constant darkness
As Mark Dollar comments, Sassoon "conceives of these ghosts as scarred, eyeless figures deformed by the hell of battle; they are supernatural figures of the macabre whom he pities for the loss of their youth" (235).
Some figures -- some one-eyed, others eyeless -- "gaze" straight ahead, clustered in such close proximity to one another that they resemble people less than a forest of poles mounted with ritual masks or totems, elongated amulets protecting an unknown entity.
Sleek, uncompromising and eerily eyeless, it is an imposing piece of Fascist iconography completed the following year by Adolfo Wildt (1868-1931), who also created a hulking bust of Italian dictator Benito Mussolini in 1925.
We had finally and appropriately repaid the little yellow bastards for Pearl Harbor and for all the eyeless, speechless American dead, lying in their stone boats beneath grass in cemeteries all over the Far East.
TOOLS OF THE by forensic expert Dr These were caused by large numbers of amphipods - tiny, eyeless crustaceans which had been feeding on the body and were discovered when the corpse was pulled out of the water.
In the middle of the night I got up to get a drink of water and jumped two foot into the air because I suddenly thought there were two eyeless children staring at me.
In the middle of the night I got up to get a drink of " water and jumped two foot into the air because I suddenly thought there were two eyeless children staring at me.
Eyeless shrimps and white-tentacled anemones were photographed bunched around cracks in the ocean floor spewing mineral-rich water that may top 450 degrees Celsius (842 degree Fahrenheit), researchers reported.
Author Alice Walker wrote on her blog that the incident showed Americans' refusal "to accept that we've had a hand in making a small child armless, legless, eyeless.