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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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That should really have raised eyebrows! After all, if the decade-old murder of an innocent child qualifies as a "homeland security" matter, what criminal matter would not qualify as falling under "homeland security"?
be using until 2013--and it's not the one that raised eyebrows with a
In Amanda Burton's cool hands (and raised eyebrows), Commander Clare Blake is a frighteningly tough cookie.
And I get raised eyebrows from high school teachers," he says.
His move to GM's Chevy studio raised eyebrows, as did the subsequent move to managing the exterior design of all GM's North American cars.
One or two other nominations in the British Book Awards competition have raised eyebrows, particularly David Beckham's autobiography and former royal butler Paul Burrell's work.
It seems like only yesterday that right-wing impresario Grover Norquist, head of Americans for Tax Reform, raised eyebrows for his lobbying work on behalf of Abdurahman Alamoudi, an American Muslim leader and thus a target for Norquist's efforts to get Arab-Americans to vote Republican--who allegedly helped raise money for groups linked to al Qaeda and Hamas.
RAISED eyebrows all round at the Leeds United legends dinner.
Beamer Foundation, a nonprofit founded by Beamer's widow, raised eyebrows when it trademarked the slogan, both to control its usage and to raise money for programs that "seek...to equip children experiencing family trauma to make heroic choices every day." But the foundation has done more than just sell its own "Let's roll!" paraphernalia as a fund raising tool.
"I remember when I was doing the vegetable degustation menu and the vegetable book; there were a few raised eyebrows among fellow chefs.
The subject matter alone raised eyebrows, just as QAF did with its frank depiction of sex and drugs.
(I used to get raised eyebrows whenever I brought this up with fellow artists in the heyday of the Washington Color School, when some critics thought the artists involved had an extra gift for color perception.) In this particular dispute it may not be the critic who is color-blind-or it may be that both artist and critic should have their eyes checked.