peeper


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pixel peeper

slang Someone who is particularly or overly critical of or sensitive to the resolution, clarity, and quality of digital images or photographs. When I started getting into digital photography, I'll admit that I became quite a pixel peeper for a while. Later on though, I became less obsessive over technical quality and learned to appreciate well-composed photographs in their own right.
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peeper

One's eye. (That is, what one uses to peep.) Typically used in the plural and often used to refer to the eyes of children. Your baby girl has such beautiful peepers! It was a little intimidating walking into a room full of students and seeing all their peepers staring expectantly at me.

peepers

n. the eyes. Come on, use your peepers. Take a good look.
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Cindy Dunn, site manager and conservation coordinator for Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary in Princeton, said spring peepers and wood frogs, which also come out in the spring, are now extremely active in the sanctuary's many ponds and wetlands.
A density of peepers, bullfrogs, crickets, cicadas rounds the
And Peepers have contributed a great deal to this knowledge base.
The peeper can generally be identified by a black, X-shaped mark on its back.
As loud as a peeper sings, you'd think it would be easy to track one down.
George Reserve by collecting chorus frog egg masses from ponds where they had been naturally deposited, and by allowing spring peeper breeding adults to mate in covered 35 x 25 x 14 cm plastic boxes containing water and vegetation (spring peepers deposit their eggs singly making collection of eggs in the field impractical).
Spring peepers are very small (about 3/4 to 1 1/4" long) and distinguished from other flogs by the roughly X-shaped dark markings on their backs.
The thought of puttin' a pencil near your peepers can seem perilous, but lining isn't as hard as it looks.
These peeper keepers catch tiny bits of dust and dirt.
A GREAT niff of strawberry jam and a slight sniff of peeper that won't make you sneeze but it will make you smile.
Peeper pepper-uppers include Cyclax Moistura under-eye cream (above); Clarins Eye Revive Beauty Flash (right); Olay Regenerist Eye Lifting Serum (below)
The trademark discs on the tips of its toes place the spring peeper (Pseudacris crucifer) in the family Hylidae.