In Oedipus Rex, the proud yet morally blind king plucks out his eyes, and has to spend his remaining days as a wandering, sightless beggar, guided at every painful step by his daughter, Antigone.
The McDonoughs consulted with their veterinarian, who advised them that they were too busy to cope with the challenges posed by a sightless canine.
Beneath the ancient hammer beam roof, and under the sightless gaze of stone statues of the Saxon kings, the MPs gathered on the eastern side of the south end of the hall, peers on the western side.
To convince the enemy of their menacing strength, the townspeople were ordered to bang drums, blow trumpets and jostle the sightless envoy.
Jophiel cocked his head, his cornstalk hair dipping in front of his sightless eyes.
In Barcelona, 1934, she photographs a man on a stool on a sidewalk, his white eyes sightless , the crook of his cane resting against one thigh, a beggar's bowl in his hand.
The girl stares at the shark, her pretty human eye focused on the eye of the sightless , eerie fish.
Moreover, both compositions boast the same cast of eccentrically posed, heavily built characters, with their unmistakably distorted faces and sightless eyes.
Wordenwood now plans to start a special foundation for the blind that will push for the use of Braille on lures to help sightless fishermen around the world.
Between the torch brackets, images of long-dead nobility gazed down at them with an air of sorrow, as if their sightless eyes regretted the passing of more cheerful days.