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Eyebrow

In print marketing, a small bit of text placed over the main headline of an advertisement. For example, an eyebrow may read "Local Opera Presents" over the larger headline, "FIGARO."
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Cocky, staring at the open door, was in just the stage of determining whether or not he should more closely inspect that crack of exit to the wider world, which inspection, in turn, would determine whether or not he should venture out through the crack, when his eyes beheld the eyes of the second discoverer staring in.
Old One Eye was not interested at all, but he followed her good-naturedly in her quest, and when her investigations in particular places were unusually protracted, he would lie down and wait until she was ready to go on.
If he wanted Valentine, he closed his right eye only, and if Barrois, the left.
I must own,' returned the dressmaker, with her eyes upon her work, 'that we are not good friends at present.
What difference does it make to you if I am here when your eyes are closed
My Dear met him at the gate, her eyes filled with questioning and sorrow, for she saw that Meriem was not with him.
As he lowered his rifle, his eye, although greatly dimmed and weakened by age, ran over the confused collection of objects, that lay embedded amid the party-coloured foliage of the thicket, until it succeeded in catching a glimpse of the brown covering of the stem of a small tree.
He was looking at her with glittering eyes, smiling tenderly.
It opens the lungs, washes the countenance, exercises the eyes, and softens down the temper,' said Mr.
Tears swam into her eyes, and her lips trembled, turning defeat into victory, routing the all-potent Game with the strength of her weakness.
Didn't the doctor think my eyes worse the last time he came?
Dempsey had a glacial eye, a dominating slit of a mouth, an indestructible jaw, a complexion like a belle's and the coolness of a champion.