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peepers

n. the eyes. Come on, use your peepers. Take a good look.
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Spring peepers are harbingers of the season, normally beginning their chorus around the time of the vernal equinox.
The volunteers were able to take Peepers reading glasses with them on many of their trips to different Haitian communities and hand them out to children, adults and families.
com, promises to bring Autumn leaf peepers and railway trains together.
Appealing to children ages 4-9, "Noisy Frog Sing-Along" encourages children to imitate the different sounds made by frogs, from "peep-peep-peep" of the peepers to "jug-o-rum, jug-o-rum" of the bullfrogs.
I've got my eye on Jeepers Peepers mirrored yellow sunglasses (PS18).
And this season, you'll get high style along with sun protection for your peepers.
I should, I suppose, make it clear that I was actually holding a stuffed animal version of Senor Peepers.
Granted, Kate could keep Max Factor in business for a millennium with the amount of kohl she applies around her peepers, but with her straggly hair and powder-caked face Viv is hardly a groomed goddess herself.
And, at night, I love to fall asleep listening to the spring peepers.
STEP 3: An eyelash curler opens up gout peepers even more.
It's the latest addition to the Double Wear line of high-performing, long-wearing products for face, eyes, and lips, and promises an immediate awakening effect to our peepers.
The main focus was on compositions from latest release Peepers.
FOR peepers that sparkle 2true has added six new shimmering shades to its collection of Eyeliner Dazzlers, above left.
Here The One Show's Michael Mosley tests the theory that human beings only need a few hours of sleep every night to keep us going, pushing his own limits as to how long he can keep his peepers open.
The 45-million-year-old red bulging peepers of two flies stuck in Baltic amber (one shown, top) still had enough soft tissue to confirm predictions that their kind had already evolved a fancy, open array of photoreceptors, according to a paper published online in December in Proceedings of the Royal Society B.