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eye-popper

1. n. something astonishing. (Alludes to the comical view of eyes bulging outward in surprise or amazement.) What an eye-popper of a story!
2. n. a very good-looking woman or girl. Isn’t that foxy lady an eye-popper?
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It persisted even after what was anticipated to be the high point: University of Utah student Natosha Washington's eye-popper, House of Timothy, featuring sex, conflict, and music by Daft Punk.
The makeup is spartan, save for an eye-popper of an orange background, but site manager Matt Logan of Webcontent says this is deliberate.
And there was some of that, including the retro-style Louis Verdad suit in iridescent green worn by Julieta Venegas, whose hair was braided at the back of her head like a pretzel, and the flowing hot pink Dolce & Gabbana eye-popper worn by the Black Eyed Peas femme fatal Fergie.
The obvious eye-popper in the new IMAX print of the movie is the footage of the rocket launch, which utilizes the eight-story vertical height of the screen to impressive effect.
Eye-poppers all but, even though the Magpies beat one of only four clubs to finish above them last season, this was not in the same category.
While there are some eye-poppers out there - such as The Police getting $225 per ticket at the box office and ducats in the "secondary market" marked up to thousands of dollars for field seats - there are also many shows offering bargain prices.
Among our "beautiful" selections this season are Angel Mist Lavender Stripe Angelonia (with consistently large, orchidlike blooms on each spire); Wild Dancer Eragrotis (this grass grows up to four feet high with narrow, bluish green foliage); Fusion Glow Exotic Impatiens (these eye-poppers grow up to 12" tall and spread up to 15"); and Kong Rose Coleus (huge, colorful leaves up to 8" across with vibrant rose-hued centers that are surrounded by bright-green edges).
His grips start at $36 and go up to $86 for checkered double-diamond "Connoisseur Grade" eye-poppers.
Hood just east of Portland--are decked out in raucous yellows and brazen reds as cottonwoods, maples, and other eye-poppers stage their own 30-day autumn extravaganza.