Some articles on left eye, eye, eyes:
... He complained of visual impairment in the left eye, ocular and abdominal pruritus, and abdominal pain ... A visual acuity test showed a reduction of visual acuity to 4/10 for the left eye, while the right eye was 9/10 ... no abnormalities were observed during examination of the anterior left eye chamber ...
... Has a characteristic eyepatch at his left eye ... During the events of Gathering of the Heroes, his left eye is still intact ... In the manga his left eye was damaged in the battle with Chinkyuu and Koushun while in Comic World he lost his left eye while covering Sousou from Ryofu's attack ...
... states, "...there were occasional signs of the strife that has divided Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes from her band mates Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas and Tionne "T-Boz ... during the show, Chilli and T-Boz high-fived each other while ignoring Left Eye ... Left Eye, in turn, strutted past the other two as if they were merely set pieces to avoid ...
... She has two moles below her left eye ... scar that extends up and down from his left eye orbit, caused by a sharpened stick held by 7-year-old Chizuna ... The story says nothing about any injury to his left eye ...
... Owning one half of the "Eyes of the World", Bayonetta leaves for Vigrid when Enzo informs her of rumors the other half is there ... Continuing her search for the Right Eye, Bayonetta follows Luka and Cereza down Prominence Bridge in an attempt to reach the island known as Isla del Sol she is attacked by Justitia, the third ... reveals the reason Bayonetta possesses the Left Eye is because she has accepted her fate ...
Famous quotes containing the words eye and/or left:
“Mine ear is much enamoured of thy note;
So is mine eye enthrallèd to thy shape;
And thy fair virtues force perforce doth move me
On the first view to say, to swear, I love thee.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“Were she to lose her love, because she had lost
Her confidence in mine, or even lose
Its first simplicity, love, voice and all,
All my fine feathers would be plucked away
And I left shivering.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)