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Luckily Stacey comes to the rescue, but the sparky intimacy between her and Kush doesn't go unnoticed by a beady-eyed
According to beady-eyed
onlookers, the celebrity couple was apparently stealing smooches inside the venue and couldn't keep their hands off each other.
They, too, I would have sworn expressed a range of emotions from anger to contentment through a single blank and beady-eyed
We need him in parliament, introducing legislation forcing all food suppliers to carry out inspections and testing, then more inspections and testing, at every stage of all food production, and we also need him to order the Food Standards Agency to employ thousands of beady-eyed
food inspectors with the legal authority to carry out random unannounced inspections anywhere at any time in the food chain and issue draconian penalties or even ban premises for any infractions they discover.
Whereas once the paddocks at the front of the stud would be flecked by the sight of mares and nursing foals, there are now pockets of dark, beady-eyed
Close calls with beady-eyed
security guards and scheming, money grabbing neighbours, Emu stays unflappable with sidekick and best friend Toby.
Apart from his colorful name "the Hammer," DeLay has no public identity, and even that nickname will more likely inspire people outside the Beltway to think of old jocks like Fred Williamson or Dave Schultz than the beady-eyed
former exterminator who terrifies Capitol Hill.
Suriname toads (Pipa pipa) have no tongue.
The grey neck of the much smaller, beady-eyed
jackdaw contrasts with the rest of its black plumage.
But the most beady-eyed
account watchers are those who can access their balances through mobile phones and the internet via the TV - with 12 per cent admitting to checking their accounts four times a day or more.