steely-eyed


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steely-eyed

adj
having a hard, fierce expression
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steely-eyed

[ˌstiːlɪˈaɪd] ADJde mirada penetrante

steely-eyed

nmit hartem or stählernem Blick
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Under the gaze of an actual human -- the steely-eyed Customs official -- they head out to queue for a driverless taxi.
"You do that by winning, by being maybe steely-eyed and a bit nasty.
But Woods insists he's ready to assume his role as a steely-eyed assassin.
And Russian skip Victoria Moiseeva was in no doubts that Muirhead's famously steely-eyed demeanour is a factor in the way the 27-year-old Scot has emerged as one of the most successful names on the global curling circuit.
Russian skip Victoria Moiseeva was left with no doubts that Muirhead's steely-eyed demeanour is a factor in the way the 27-year-old Scot has emerged as one of the most successful names on the global curling circuit.
After spending the past couple of years more a calm and cuddly mentor than a ruthless competitor as he dealt with a potentially career-ending back injury, Woods is ready to assume his erstwhile role as a steely-eyed assassin.
It is here fresh from the West End, and Madalena Alberto as Evita, hero of the Argentine people, brings the perfect mix of steely-eyed ambition as the young Eva trying to escape to Buenos Aires, glamour of the fledging radio star and seduction as she meets her match in political leader Juan Peron (an imposing Jeremy Secomb) to the role.
His cleft chin and steely-eyed gaze made him a memorable hero in movies like Champion, Lust For Life, Paths Of Glory and, of course, Spartacus.
Momentum swung one way then the other, as the visitors wiped out their hosts' early advantage, then dominated the third quarter before finally being forced to give best to their steely-eyed opponents.
Posters of the pope mysteriously appeared on the (http://www.cnn.com/2017/02/05/europe/pope-francis-posters-rome/) walls of the Vatican at the beginning of February, depicting a steely-eyed and frowning Pope Francis.
The leaders of Ireland's two biggest parties never tend to be best friends and these two have had their fair share of arguments, as shown in this picture with both looking steely-eyed.
At Carter's request, he fetched the new shotgun, only to be met by steely-eyed Secret Service agents.