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redeye

An overnight flight that arrives at its destination very early in the morning. Primarily heard in US. My original flight was cancelled, so I caught the redeye back to Philadelphia and got in at 4 in the morning.
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Most cases of red eye are due to viral conjunctivitis, which may be isolated or part of an outbreak and do not require antibiotics.
* Be able to manage patients presenting with red eye (Group 6.1.7)
General manager Amy Guth doesn't consider Red Eye as just a paper, but more of a brand as it expands into event marketing.
Red Eye Highlights: Totally Wireless GPRS Cellular Network Video Security System, Integrated camera, Motion Sensor, Night Vision illuminators, Massive Fuel cost saving, NSI Gold Monitoring notifies Key Holders.
The literature supports several differential diagnoses for the clinical presentation of red eye (Farina, & Mazarin, 2006; Leibowitz, 2000; Porter, Kaplan, Homeier, & Beers, 2005; Shields, 2000; Wagner, 1997a, b; Wirbelauer, 2006).
Simply drag the Red Eye tool over the iris to correct the discoloration.
Written by Carl Ellsworthy, Red Eye takes a simple, neat concept and wrings every last drop of suspense from the battle of wits between hunter and prey.
Red Eye is mainly set on a plane, but there's another thing you don't want in a plane OR a film plot: Bloody great big holes.
Other more prevalent but less serious conditions include contact lens associated red eye infection (about 1 in 5 wearers) and contact lens induced peripheral ulceration.
Other indications for emergent ophthalmic referral in a child with red eye include:
Seems he thought Red Eye was pretty hip too-way back in 1988.
The Tribune is taking a bolder step, introducing a new weekday edition called Red Eye that will carry the mother paper's name and integrity, but will give preference to interesting stories over hard news.
AnTech Ltd has introduced REDI (pronounced Red Eye), named for the system's use of an infra-red "eye" to transmit data wirelessly.
Could there really exist a flower with the lurid blue pistils and bright red eye of Untitled 6,2000?
Pentax, a wholly owned subsidiary of Japan's Asahi Optical Company Ltd., pulled out all the stops on this model, incorporating a pinpoint autofocus, an auto zoom flash with red eye reduction, optional remote controls and a large LCD panel brimming with information.