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cross-eyed

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An Arab diplomat in Dubai divorced his veiled bride after he accused her and her family of not revealing that she had a beard and was cross-eyed, reports Gulf News.
After the ambassador and the woman, who is a physician, signed the marriage contract, the groom was sitting with the bridea he claimed to the Sharia court officials that when he wanted to kiss his wife-to-be, he discovered that she was bearded and cross-eyed as well," claimed the source.
GERMANY'S latest famous polar bear cub opened her eyes for the first time yesterday, and it appears she may be cross-eyed.
Livingstone and Conway studied photos of 53 famous artists and found that 28 percent of them were slightly cross-eyed or walleyed, or had otherwise misaligned eyes.
Cross-eyed and with a prognathous jaw that would put Jay Leno to shame, Wilkes entered Parliament in 1757 at the age of 31.
We do know how to read." Gone cross-eyed trying to decipher a slide with 14 bullet points in 12 point type from the back of the auditorium?
"You look at them cross-eyed, and they break," Williams says.
After a room presenting landscape photographs and one large gouache collage, all dominated by tones of blue, Untitled (Cross-Eyed), 2001, came as a surprise as the sole work in the large white gallery, viewed diagonally from the entrance.
Demi was born cross-eyed. Before her split from Bruce, the tabloids linked her to Leonardo Di Caprio.
The second said the camel was also cross-eyed. The third said the camel has had its tail cut off.
Every time you pet Billy, he goes cross-eyed. He has six toes on each paw.
He is in far better form than Ian Woosnam and Alex Cejka, who are both putting like cross-eyed orang-utans, yet is a massive 9-4 in Coral's three-ball.
Handgun shooters who are cross-eyed dominant have several solutions.
With one eye on the federal government s track record and the other on corporate America, an observer could go cross-eyed. So why are corporations willing to recognize gay and lesbian families while Congress is adamantly opposed to same-sex marriage?
"Your sister Julie is a cross-eyed tomboy," Ricky bellowed that morning.