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public eye

Attention from the general public. Typically used in the phrase "in the public eye." Famous actors really can't do much without being in the public eye—their every move is noticed and scrutinized. I'm pretty nervous because this is the first time I'll be in the public eye since that terrible news conference.
See also: eye, public
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Despite having spent years in the public eye, Roberts says she never knows what to say when she meets a fan.
On the BBC, Public Eye, Assignment and Rough Justice have all disappeared and Panorama is a shadow of its former self.
Being out of the public eye, that is when he is really able to do office work.
As a major fuel supplier in Africa, Puma Energy welcomes Public Eyes call for a tightening of fuel quality specifications in African countries, and will continue to support co-operation between governments and industry to achieve this goal.
Now I'm all for women wearing whatever they feel comfortable in, but in this age of social media, one might think twice about their attire, especially if one is in the public eye.
Diversity, in all forms, is the new normal and I commend you for bringing this to the public eye.
She wants to know how it feels to live in the public eye.
He's a young man, growing up in public eye and he's made a mistake.
He has since been seen gaining more and more weight and had subsequently withdrawn from the public eye even skipping the filmed family vacation in Thailand a few months back.
The seminar, now in its fifth year, is the brainchild of Neil and Daniel who developed the presentation to inform sporting professionals on how to avoid the pitfalls of being in the public eye - and challenges them to adopt their own "personal code of conduct" to avoid this.
Environmentalists and fishermen fear that giant "vacuuming" operations - generally out of sight from the public eye - could destroy the ocean habitat and reduce fishing stocks.
DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan 25 (KUNA) -- Within eyeshot of the World Economic Forum (WEF), Greenpeace Switzerland and the Berne Declaration (BD) presented on Thursday the Public Eye Awards, thus denouncing particularly glaring cases of companies' greed for profit and environmental sins.
PNN War on Want has called for an end to G4S's complicity in the Occupation of Palestine after the company was voted one of the world's worst companies in this year's Public Eye award .
Alanis Morissette is back in the public eye for the first time since becoming a mother and parenthood has influenced much of the 'You Oughta Know' singer's new body of work one way or another.
I've got kids of my own and I don't think there's any place for this in society and when it's in the public eye, it makes it even more difficult to find role models for kids," Tony pointed out.
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