Definition of eyeshade
: a visor that shields the eyes from strong light and is fastened on with a headband
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City officials have cited annual stadium maintenance costs of of up to $13 million as a reason to shutter the Q. Roush wants to put on her green eyeshade and drill into those numbers.
Of the four or six people two of them should be crotchety accountants who wear green eyeshades and binders on their sleeves.
Rozovsky proposed a nap room and selling earplugs and eyeshades to make money.
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