pope's eye


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pope's eye

n
(Zoology) (in sheep and cows) a gland in the middle of the thigh surrounded by fat
adj
(Cookery) (in Scotland) denoting a cut of steak
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At a meeting he couldn't stop staring at a female official's cleavage old pal ALBERTO on the pope's eye for the ladies
IN FORM: Derrick Pope's eye for the basket is among the best in the league
For Brendan Dillon, Pope's Eye is a treasure trove.
This amazing abundance of life, combined with the water's relative shallowness, makes Pope's Eye popular with novice divers.
The Pope's Eye, one of the Harold Holt Marine Reserves, is a no-take zone.
Because of this inconsistency, it can be difficult to tell whether an area is no-take, such as the Pope's Eye, or multiple-use, where controlled gas and oil exploration and commercial fishing is permitted.
Maybe the right word or the right gesture will catch the pope's eye and tip the balance in the right direction.
One possible alternativce that's aught Pope's eye is a type of brass called "admiralty" brass.
The secret report compiled by a committee of three cardinals for the pope's eyes only was the result of a wide-ranging investigation into leaks of confidential papers from the Vatican that caused huge embarrassment last year.
When we read these occasional statements together, we glimpse a quarter of a century through the pope's eyes, including brief annual surveys of the global scene in terms of war and peace, poverty and development.