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have (one's) beady eye on (someone or something)

To watch or monitor someone or something closely. You need to have your beady eye on the dog at all times, to make sure that he doesn't escape from the yard.
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have (one's)/a beady eye on (someone or something)

To watch something very closely or carefully; to be particularly attentive to or vigilant about something. Used especially when one is distrustful or overly protective. The toddler had a beady eye on his toys throughout the party, screaming at any child who dared to play with his things. One of the most difficult aspects of trying to curb the issue for law enforcement is that it's impossible for them to have their beady eye on every corner of the dark web at once.
See also: beady, eye, have, on

keep (one's)/a beady eye on (someone or something)

To watch something very closely or carefully; to be particularly attentive to or vigilant about something. Used especially when one is distrustful or overly protective. The toddler kept a beady eye on his toys throughout the party, screaming at any child who dared to play with his things. One of the most difficult aspects of trying to curb the issue for law enforcement is that it's impossible for them to keep their beady eye on every corner of the dark web at once.
See also: beady, eye, keep, on

keep a beady ˈeye on somebody/something

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have your beady ˈeye on somebody/something

watch somebody/something very carefully because you do not really trust them/it: He always kept a beady eye on his employees.
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When Beady Eye split up in 2014, many fans hoped it would be the catalyst to bring the d e Gallaghers back together for an Oasis reunion.
Chilled: Liam Gallagher brought his new band Beady Eye to Birmingham last night.
"And bringing two genuine music icons in Liam Gallagher with Beady Eye and Nile Rodgers with Chic to perform will be big highlights."
"Even though I love Beady Eye, I'd prefer to still be in Oasis.
THERE are many beady eyes on Liam Gallagher's latest musical vehicle, a vehicle which rolled into Wolverhampton Civic like a juggernaut.
There, under the beady gaze of the strutting Uriah Rennie, he handled the ball to deny Luis Garcia goal, but did it so elusively that the officials missed his heroics, unlike the TV cameras.
He had a chubby face, beady eyes and a short beard and moustache.
My best guess is it is because Everton manager David Moyes was in Spain as opposed to being on home soil to keep a beady and personal eye on the legend in person.
For keeping a beady watch over the Black Horse, in Bridgnorth, is Mr Mac, a four-year-old blue-and-golden macaw who has become something of a local celebrity.
But unfortunately for owners Cassie and Hywel they aren't the only ones keen to keep their beady eye on the place.
But a race like the Eclipse doesn't come along every day and we are keeping our beady eye on it - I see Daylami may not run - so we will wait and see.''
He revealed he's in constant talks with Noel and Liam - who announced his latest band Beady Eye had split last month.
Washington, November 29 (ANI): Noel Gallagher claims his brother Liam "bullied" the rest of Oasis into starting Beady Eye with him.
LIAM Gallagher has revealed Beady Eye are already making plans for a second album.
The younger sibling wasn't known for his songwriting prowess, while Andy Bell and Gem Archer who, along with Liam and drummer Chris Sharrock comprise new outfit Beady Eye, hadn't penned more than a handful of songs between them during their decade or so in Oasis.