eyeblack


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eye·black

 (ī′blăk′)
n.
Any of various dark pigments applied under the eyes especially by athletes to reduce solar glare.

eyeblack

(ˈaɪˌblæk)
n
(Hairdressing & Grooming) another name for mascara
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Hendricks joins IPC Sports from EyeBlack, where he served as Director of Sales and Marketing.
CBS, the television network airing the big game this year, is now using an outspoken homosexual actor to mimic Tim Tebow's style of trumpeting messages in eyeblack on his face," Kovacs wrote.
It's OK to be outspoken about your faith," said Tebow, the son of former Baptist missionaries who became known in his college playing days for wearing Bible verses in his eyeblack.
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and quickness (God-given), and gives Barkley the edge in poise (he's a giving person) and intangibles (forgiving the fact he doesn't wear controversial eyeblack patches) - wouldn't you think the deciding factor comes down to the fifth matrix: Supporting Cast?
And there he was in Pullman, headset on, cap on backward, eyeblack in place, consulting with sophomore quarterbacks Dennis Dixon and Brady Leaf, signaling plays while balancing on his good leg like a flamingo as Dixon or Leaf held his crutches.
The young lefty, known for his debonair duds and distinctive eyeblack, hopes to rebound next Saturday when the reeling Cardinals try to get back on track against the Giants.
Some say that if one uses eyeblack, the color will be freshest; but I asked the slaves and they said you simply have to use good ink.
In another PSA, viewers see a close-up of the faces of football players as they prepare for a game by applying eyeblack.
In 1988, Gibson blew a fuse in spring training when Jesse Orosco put eyeblack in his cap and it smeared across his forehead.
I love the smell of cut grass, the smell of wet dirt, being dirty from head to toe, wearing eyeblack, intimidating people,'' she said.