Recent Examples of eyebrow from the Web
Some of the results of this study by HighSpeedInternet.com are eyebrow raising — and there’s a procedure for that.
The board’s lobbying has raised eyebrows for what experts say is an unusual move.
But many eyebrows were already fully raised by the fact that this sentence came after a half-apology for an alleged 1986 child molestation.
My next recourse is to yell at him, gently, or to gently pluck out one of his few remaining eyebrow hairs.
Still, the prospect of Amazon's advance onto Kroger's home turf likely raised some concerns - as well as critical eyebrows - in Kroger's corporate offices, said David Livingston, a grocery consultant with DJL Research in suburban Milwaukee.
Eyes aren’t even the window to your soul anymore— eyebrows are.
This time, Maddon raised eyebrows inserting Kyle Schwarber into the lineup with a lethal lefty on the mound.
What raised eyebrows was the probe’s inclusion of two serving members of the military intelligence agencies, along with the breadth and scope of the 254-page dossier that was presented within 60 days.
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