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5,632.  The lens is the crowning glory of the evolution of the eye.  (Life & Eye)  Professor Brian Cox, Wonders of Life II: Expanding Universe

 

5,633.  The octopus is one of the only invertebrates to have complex camera eyes.  (Life & Eye)  ibid.  

 

 

6,042.  With our three types of colour receptors our eyes can see up to a million different colours.  (Evolution & Eyes & Human Being)  Dr Alice Roberts, Origins of Us: Guts BBC 2011 2/3

 

 

71,976.  Men’s eyes were made to look, and let them gaze.  William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet III i 53, Benvolio

 

 

71,978.  Will you put out mine eyes?

These eyes that never did nor never shall

So much as frown on you?  William Shakespeare, King John IV i 56

 

 

71,975.  Disdain and scorn ride sparkling in her eyes.  William Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing III i 51

 

 

9,281.  The gum down-roping from their pale dead eyes.  (Death & Eyes)  William Shakespeare, Henry V IV ii 48, Grandpre

 

 

71,991.  If I have veiled my look,

I turn the trouble of my countenance

Merely upon myself.  William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar I ii 39-41

 

71,992.  No, Cassius, for the eye sees not itself

But by reflection, by some other things.  ibid.

 

71,993.  And it is very much lamented, Brutus,

That you have no such mirrors as will turn

Your hidden worthiness into your eye,

That you may see your shadow.  ibid.

 

71,977.  Set honour in on eye and death i’ in other,

And I will look on both indifferently.  (Eye & Honour)  ibid.

 

 

71,979.  Out, vile jelly!

Where is thy lustre now?  William Shakespeare, The History of King Lear III vii 83

 

71,980.  Get thee glass eyes;

And, like a scurvy politician, seem

To see the things thou dost not.  ibid.  IV vi 175

 

 

71,994.  Her eye must be fed, and what delight shall she have to look on the devil?  (Eye & Look)  William Shakespeare, Othello II i @226, Iago 

 

 

71,995.  Their eyes do offices of truth.  (Eye & Truth)  William Shakespeare, The Tempest V i 158, Prospero

 

 

71,981.  Mine eyes are made the fools o’ th’ other senses,

Or else worth all the rest.  (Eye & Senses)  William Shakespeare, The Tragedy of Macbeth II i 44-45, Macbeth

 

 

71,968.  Stars, stars!

And all eyes else dead coals.  William Shakepseare, A Winter's Tale V iii 109

 

 

71,996.  Our very eyes

Are sometimes like our judgements, blind.  William Shakespeare, Cymbeline IV ii 303-304, Innogen

 

 

46,081.  The fringed curtains of thine eye advance.  (Shakespeare & Eye & Tempest)  The Tempest 2010 starring Helen Mirren & Felicity Jones & Chris Cooper & Russell Brand & Reeve Carney & Tom Conti & Alan Cumming & Dimon Hounsou & Alfred Molina & Ben Whishaw et al, director Julie Taymor, Prospera to Miranda

 

 

10,656.  Monet is only an eye but – oh what an eye!  (Artists & Eye)  Paul Cezanne

 

 

11,297.  Munch’s extraordinary exploration of his own deteriorating eyesight.  (Art & Eye)  Tim Marlow on ... Edvard Munch: The Modern Eye

 

 

11,339.  I am an artist, and, through my eye, must confess to a tremendous bias.  In my purely literary voyages my eye is always my compass.  (Artist & Eye)  Percy Wyndham-Lewis

 

 

11,753.  With one eye you are looking at the outside world, while with the other you are looking within yourself.  (Artist & Eye)  Amedio Modigliani

 

 

18,915.   Those eyes, those dark black eyes, when she stares at you it’s like a Spanish princess in one of those paintings, you know a goyem.  Those eyes are deep.  I said deep, you said complicated.  (Gangstas: New Jersey & Eyes)  The Sopranos: Amour Fou s3e12 starring James Gandolfini & Lorriane Bracco & Edie Falco & Michael Imperioli & Dominic Chianese & Steven van Zandt & Tony Sirico & Robert Iler et al, Tony to Dr Melfi

 

 

20,084.  There’s something really eating at you.  I can smell it a mile off.  I can see it in your eyes.  (GBH Films & Eyes)  Gangster No.1 ***** 2000 staring Paul Bettany & Malcolm McDowell & David Thewlis & Saffron Burrows & Kenneth Cranham & Jamie Foreman & Eddie Marsan et al, director Paul McGuigan

 

 

22,632.  What were God’s eyes like?  (GBH Films & Eyes)  Crimes and Misdemeanors 1989 starring Woody Allen & Martin Landau & Anjelica Huston & Mia Farrow & Alan Alda & Jerry Orbach & Joanna Gleason & Claire Bloom & Sam Waterston & Caroline Aaron et al, director Woody Allen, opening scene

 

 

24,563.  Odo:  I have my eye on you, Quark.

 

Quark:  [Jadzia Dax walks by]  And I have my eye on you, Jadzia.  (Star Trek & Eye)  Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: The Passenger s1e9

 

 

67,310.  Carotene – which is what gives plants their red, orange, yellow colours ... Carotene is part of the way your eye works.  (Civilisation & Eye)  James Burke, Connections II 1994: Better than the Real Thing s2e19

 

 

71,969.  And his eyes have all the seeming of a demon’s that is dreaming.  Edgar Allan Poe, The Raven

 

 

71,970.  Reason tells me, that if numerous gradations from a simple and imperfect eye to one complex and perfect can be shown to exist, each grade being useful to its possessor, as is certainly the case; if further, the eye ever varies and the variations be inherited, as is likewise certainly the case and if such variations should be useful to any animal under changing conditions of life, then the difficulty of believing that a perfect and complex eye could be formed by natural selection, though insuperable by our imagination, should not be considered as subversive of the theory.  Charles Darwin, On the Origin of Species

 

 

71,971.  Paley singled out the eye for the crux of his argument.  The eye must have had a conscious intelligent designer, he said.  Just as did the microscope, because in both designs is implied a knowledge of optics.  Professor Richard Dawkins, The Blind Watchmaker, Horizon 1987

 

 

71,972.  Creationists also ask how something as apparently perfect as the eye just sprang into existence.  Well it didn’t.  The basic chemistry that makes up a light-sensitive cell is shared right across the animal kingdom, and Natural Selection has seized on this time and time again.  Science has uncovered species at every stage in the evolution of the eye – it is a cumulative process.  And each step of the way is more useful than the one before.  Professor Richard Dawkins, The Genius of Charles Darwin III

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