cyclopic

cyclopic

(saɪˈklɒpɪk)
adj
relating to or resembling a cyclops
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Even the menace of the giant squid is characterised by its enormous cyclopic eye.
Muscular and Skeletal Anomalies in Human Trisomy in an Evo-Devo Context: Description of a T18 Cyclopic Fetus and Comparison Between Edwards (T18), Patau (T13) and Down (T21) Syndromes.
To the revolving beam of the Cyclopic lighthouse, he
CAN there be any more irritating creature in existence than that twee cyclopic fur-ball Pudsey Bear?
In cases of asymmetrical janiceps monosymmetros, the greater face remains normal and the duplicated axial orientations converge in the plane of the lesser partial face resulting in incomplete facial features such as a single naris, cyclopic eyes, synoptic ears, a proboscis or two small eyes in a single palpebral fissure.
This communication records birth of a cyclopic monster to a sow.
And then, in the '70s, he depicted golems, for what else could his all-hood-and-no-body Klansmen or his Cyclopic lima-bean heads be?
The team of professionals any infertility patient encounters becomes a memorable cast of characters in Potts' hands, including a big-headed and cyclopic phlebotomist, an egg that sings Sinatra, a financial adviser who cackles like a mad raven, and a crowbar-wielding nurse.
Involve your class in a learning cycle to discover the mechanism behind a physical deformity (always an attention grabber) in "Using the Mystery of the Cyclopic Lamb to Teach Biotechnology.
They take the name of Atlantic, which was originally an Austin model based on a small American sedan that was famous for its cyclopic central headlamp just over half a century ago.
Although exposure early in development created cyclopic embryos, progressively later exposure mimicked the entire range of symptoms seen in children with HPE.