I've got a face that makes children cry but, as they say, beauty is in the eye of the beholder
- and I think you'll love me, too.
those who win national scholarships like the Marshall or the Rhodes), our conception of quality is not merely in the eye of the beholder
and it is not demographically exclusionary.
Which brings me to my conclusion: Change is in the eye of the beholder
In regards to "In the Eye of the Beholder
," (July) and who makes me see dance in a new way, Camille A.
When it comes to what constitutes R&D, beauty can be in the eye of the beholder
But then beauty is in the eye of the beholder
, or possibly the gasholder.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder
with these type of properties.
A review of these cases may lead one to conclude that whether the cash advance is a loan may be in the eye of the beholder
Whether the regulators' ultimate actions are viewed as a holiday-time gift or a lump of coal may be in the eye of the beholder
The case of Mitchell Robinson of Kansas City, Missouri, however, shows that "reasonable uses of guns for self-defense" are often in the eye of the beholder
Pielke (2005) observed that such obsessive focus on funding leads journalists in particular to conclude that "research findings are 'in the eye of the beholder
,'" a result he believes is "damaging to science and its role in policy.
If potential is in the eye of the beholder
, then Mike Pinkans and the National Life Insurance Co.
The authors raise disturbing moral issues, some of which may only be decided in the eye of the beholder
or by the intent of the performer.
Speech recognition differs from these libraries, in that the apparent accuracy is in the eye of the beholder
," said Sumit Mitra, vice president of Microchip's Digital Signal Controller division.
Beauty is, as we all know, in the eye of the beholder
( and if a London-based satirical magazine has an opinion on The Sage Gateshead, it is entitled to say so.