Very often when lost in admiration at its beauty, I have experienced a pang of regret that a scene so enchanting should be hidden from the world in these remote seas, and seldom meet the eyes
of devoted lovers of nature.
It's also in their interests to have proper authorisation so that they can meet the eye
of their donors with a clear conscience.
A recent report suggests there are more benefits to keeping streamside vegetation intact than meet the eye
. This greenery also appears to play a critical role in removing contaminants from stream waters.
get the job - is to play the role of a meek, mild simpering person who can't meet the eye
of the (male) interviewer and who says (while fluttering her eyelashes and pushing her chest out no doubt) stuff like, "I know a man could do this job better, but I'd be soooooo grateful if you'd let me lil' ol' me try".
The artist's intoxicating use of gaming and, in turn, the druglike warmth with which these corrosive images meet the eye
is deft but not totally new.
There are more corporate scandals than meet the eye
. The headlines continue to scream about Enron, WorldCom, and Adelphia, and speculation mounts over investigations into Halburton, AOL/Time Warner, and other megacorporations.
Many studies have indicated that the brain dedicates separate regions, or modules, to the identification of different objects that meet the eye
. For example, studies of stroke patients have linked damage in particular brain regions to specific deficits in visual abilities, such as recognizing faces.