another pair of eyes

another pair of eyes

 and a fresh pair of eyes
Fig. another person to examine something closely in addition to anyone previously. As soon as we can get a fresh pair of eyes on this mansuscipt, we will find the last of the typos.
See also: another, eye, of, pair
References in classic literature ?
Presently another pair of eyes were looking down upon the ape-man, and then another and another, until a full score of hideously trapped, savage warriors were lying upon their bellies along the crest of the ridge watching the white-skinned stranger.
First one and then another pair of eyes followed the minister's, and then almost with one impulse the congregation rose and stared while the three dead boys came marching up the aisle, Tom in the lead, Joe next, and Huck, a ruin of drooping rags, sneaking sheepishly in the rear
He was so named because - as Rigsby (Leonard Rossiter) explained in the episode the New Tenant to Philip: "If you take this cat to the door - on a night when you'd have to kick a polar bear out, never mind a cat - if he sees another pair of eyes out there, it's Goodnight You're winner I print verified answer.
Mrs Jones, who lives in Cardiff with her husband and four-year-old son, said: "I am looking forward immensely to the task of working alongside other members of the All Wales Convention Executive Committee as another pair of eyes and ears for the ongoing public consultation.