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catch the eye

To attract attention. To be noticed. I can't believe I caught the eye of a real agent! This is finally my big break! I know that Tom is trying to catch the eye of some scouts tonight, but he could pass the ball once in a while!
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When the name-calling becomes too much, she escapes on horseback and catches the eye of the dashing Prince (Richard Madden), who must pick a bride.
DreadlockedDonkey Cooldine catches the eye Just had a look at the Hennessy weights and it's fascinating.
95) tells of Sadie, a gifted young painter trying to fit in at a new school, but who instead catches the eye of the school loner--as well as the school dreamboat.
Susanna catches the eye of William, the son of a wealthy merchant.
Wedding florist Luce (Lena Headey, left) catches the eye - and the fancy - of almost-a-bride Rachel (Piper Perabo) in the lesbian romantic comedy ``Imagine Me & You.
Captivating photographic collages offer imagery that defines the terms and catches the eye.
There aren't many books here, but what catches the eye is the crossword puzzle book based on the achievements of African Americans in the areas of civil rights, science and technology, movie, sports and more.
When she catches the eye of a handsome aristocrat, Emma risks all for what she thinks will be happiness.
Farloe Reason catches the eye as much as Best Mate (right) did in his early days
2 -- ran in AV edition) Details catch the viewer's eye while a dog catches the eye of a playing child in a bronze fountain to be dedicated Friday in Santa Clarita.
High-tech artwork that catches the eye of gallery owner Sacks gives a viewer the impression it is looking right back.
She catches the eye of a visiting American hotel magnate (uninteresting Martin Henderson is the movie's William Darcy).
In an imagined account, the film - based on Tracy Chevalier's novel - tells the story of the teenage Griet (Scarlett Johansson), who because of her family's poverty is sent to be a maid in the Vermeer household, where she catches the eye of the painter (Colin Firth) - sexually perhaps, but more as someone who can see as he does, as an artist.
Eventually, as a beautiful young woman, she catches the eye and heart of a workman from Inch'on who is nearly maddened by his wife's failure to produce an heir for him.
But when Kate catches the eye of the ship's comedian, Ellen Degeneres, her eyes are opened to a new form of forbidden love.