A 'seeing eye dog' in Baseball is a slowly hit ball that is hit perfectly - that makes it between the shortstop and the third baseman or the second baseman and the first baseman for a single. A ball hit with the same speed directly at a fielder is a routine out.
seeing eye single
The Seeing Eye was created in 1929.
The cast of Seeing Eye People - 2013 includes: Mikala Bierma as Seeing Eye Person Dustin Drury as Seeing Eye Person Don Fanelli as Seeing Eye Person Keith Haskel as Seeing Eye Person Cody Lindquist as D.O.T. Employee Ari Voukydis as Seeing Eye Person
Seeing Eye Dog was created in 2009.
The Seeing Eye - film - was created in 1951.
A simple eye is one single eye. A compound eye is an eye made up of thousands of little eyes, all seeing the same thing.
The all-seeing-eye is really the Eye of Horus, an ancient Egyptian god.
Neither. The all seeing eye is a 6th sense or intuition
An all-seeing eye is another term for the Eye of Providence, an eye usually enclosed in the eye of a triangle, used to represent the eye of God.
seeing eye dogs are trained to be the "eyes" for a person who is blind
The All Seeing Eye was created on 1965-10-15.
The All-Seeing Eye was created on 2001-06-15.
"Seeing Eye" is a trademark for The Seeing Eye, a guide dog training school in the U.S. It was founded in 1929. Only dogs trained by the Seeing Eye can properly be called "Seeing Eye dogs." Guide dogs in general have been trained since at least as early as the middle ages.
For information about adopting retired Seeing Eye dogs (or puppies), go to this page on The Seeing Eye's website: http://www.seeingeye.org/aboutUs/?M_ID=129
The question should be ' How did the all seeing eye come to be?' The answer is evolution by natural selection.
There are no schnoodle seeing eye dogs. The Seeing Eye uses only German Shepherds, Labrador Retrievers, Golden Retrievers, and Lab x Golden crosses.
All seeing eye is symbol of god, watching everyone, everything and everywhere. :)
The cast of The Seeing Eye - 1951 includes: Marvin Miller as Narrator
Depending if the player is still capable of seeing and playing, the batter will be able to take his base.
The eye in the triangle is the Eye of Providence; it symbolizes God's all seeing eye.
I'm not sure, do you mean 'an eye for an eye', or 'seeing eye to eye'? (Or something else?) Although neither have anything to do with rude words. AN EYE FOR AN EYE means if someone breaks your arm, then that persons' punishment would be to have their arm broken in the same manner. SEEING EYE TO EYE means agreeing with another person. Seeing things the same way.