apple of my eye


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apple of my eye

A most favorite or cherished person. In Psalm 17:8, the Psalmist asks God to “keep me as the apple of your eye.”
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Now I can focus on spending precious time with my grandson Finn, who is nine months and the apple of my eye.
His name and fame rose with his nomination of his debut album Here Be Monsters for the Mercury Music Prize, which is where his new song, Apple of My Eye has been plucked from.
Other highlights include another Irish rap, Party On, the emigration epic St Patrick's Day and Apple Of My Eye, an affectionate paean to New York.
Peter Green), who beats Indian Scholar (David Lewis/Roy Mangan) in the novice chase, and follows up aboard Border River (Clifford Watts), who takes the handicap hurdle from Apple Of My Eye (Fred Rimell/Sam Morshead).
lThere is a Warwick double for Fred Rimell as Apple Of My Eye (Sam Morshead) wins the conditions hurdle and Lewis lands the four-year-old handicap.
Kenneth said after her death: "She was the apple of my eye.
He said: "She is the apple of my eye, but I've not seen her for a bit.
She has always been the apple of my eye and she's one to look forward to - she'll take a bit of beating.
Kenneth Ross 32, whose five-year-old daughter Joanna was gunned down, said: "She was the apple of my eye.
Apple Of My Eye by Patrick Redmond (Simon & Schuster, pounds 12.
Gillian is the apple of my eye and when she fell ill our whole world fell apart.
Her stunned dad electrician Ken, 32, said yesterday: "She was the apple of my eye.