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eyes front

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1. (Military) military a command to troops to look ahead
2. a demand for attention
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Pickwick fully entered into the spirit of this eulogium, but he could not exactly re-echo its terms; for the soft light of intelligence burned rather feebly in the eyes of the warriors, inasmuch as the command 'eyes front' had been given, and all the spectator saw before him was several thousand pair of optics, staring straight forward, wholly divested of any expression whatever.
Regular travellers will know the survival trick is to remain resolutely stony-faced, eyes front - lest you catch the glance of a sales exec, looking to douse you in the latest fragrance, guaranteed to boost your sex appeal!
Try these tips from Becky Lees, physiotherapist at backpainhelp.com EYES FRONT MOST people use technology at their desk or workstation, so first make sure you sit up straight.
Eyes Front | TV favourite Isla St Clair, |who famously appeared alongside Larry Grayson on The Generation Game, will be at Maesteg Town Hall on Monday from 7.30pm.
EYES FRONT (From l-r) Harry, Liam, Niall, Zayn and Louis on stage at Murrayfield
EYES FRONT: King's Regiment soldiers start a march through the city centre from Gerard Gardens in May 1962
DJ140612GOLF_3 DJ140612GOLF_7 EYES FRONT: David Busst, Micky Gynn and Claus Jorgensen turn on the style.
* A WEEK today Darlington Arts Centre will welcome an exciting combination of live performance and film about the effect of music in wartime with EYES FRONT.
Pictures: Loretta Brennan Photo ref.: LB250908marc-5; Photo ref.: LB250908marc-4; EYES FRONT, EYES RIGHT...
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Eyes front as evergreen Bernhard Langer (centre) watches practice partner SK Ho unload at the 14th