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Birds·eye

 (bûrd′zī′), Clarence 1886-1956.
American inventor who received over 300 patents, most notably for methods of quick-freezing food.

Birds•eye

(ˈbɜrdzˌaɪ)

n.
Clarence, 1886–1956, U.S. inventor and businessman: developer of food-freezing process.

bird's′-eye`



adj., n., pl. -eyes. adj.
1. seen from above; panoramic: a bird's-eye view of the city.
2. superficial; general: a bird's-eye view of ancient history.
3. having markings resembling birds' eyes: bird's-eye tweed.
n.
4. any of various plants having small, round, bright-colored flowers, as a primrose, Primula farinosa.
5.
a. a pattern in fabric, typically a small diamond with a center dot.
b. a fabric having this pattern.
[1590–1600]
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