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cat's′-eye`



n., pl. -eyes.
any of certain gems having a chatoyant luster, esp. chrysoberyl.
[1545–55]
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"The trial has raised some issues when surface dressing the road on the A636 and we are working to resolve the problem as soon as possible with partners/contractors and this will either see the solar studs reinstated or replaced by more traditional cats-eye type studs to highlight the road lay-a out to drivers".