How to use Public-eye in a sentence

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  • They'll keep the pressure on the authorities when any of these cases get out of the public eye.

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  • It thus came to pass that in Purcell's voluminous biography much that was obviously never intended for the public eye was, perhaps inadvertently, printed, together with a good deal of ungenerous comment.

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  • Having a wedding without the whirr of helicopters flying overhead or paparazzi hiding in the bushes is proving to be quite the challenge for couples who are in the public eye.

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  • From the time of the Restoration he acquired a new prominence in the public eye.

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  • Many suffragettes committed acts of violence to keep the ' Votes for Women ' campaign in the public eye.

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  • Private veto threats issued outside the public eye halted a host of minor legislation to which Bush objected.

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  • Just as culture is slowly starting to embrace women with curves, we will eventually get to a point where a makeup-free face will be deemed as acceptable in the public eye.

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  • Although males who are frequently in the public eye are more likely to consider a permanent eye makeup procedure, men in any profession may desire a permanent makeup feature to correct some aspect of their facial features.

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  • Knowing good stage makeup techniques is important for those that spend time under bright lights and in the public eye.

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  • How can someone who is always in the public eye pull off a wedding without the press finding out?

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  • Even celebrities who make their living being in the public eye want to keep some moment private.

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  • Although he was involved in at least two movies a year, they were small films, and Kiefer stayed out of the public eye.

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  • Anna got herself back in the public eye for something other than money battles with her own reality show on E!, the entertainment channel.

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  • In order to get work, she needs to stay in the public eye.

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  • The Internet often makes it all too easy to find information and photos that celebrities would rather not reach the public eye.

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  • No matter what their claim to fame, celebrities live in the public eye and are prone to discussions, praise, and criticism from the media as well as their fans.

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  • For celebrities, life in the public eye means that every potential scandal will be photographed, documented, and displayed for all to see.

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  • When you're in the public eye it's hard to discreetly get plastic surgery.

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  • Eventually Jackson showed up in the public eye once again, but it had nothing to do with comedy.

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  • If a celebrity is pregnant, she must take extreme care to schedule doctor's appointments out of the public eye and be discreet with whom she shares her information.

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  • Pregnant celebs are always in the public eye.

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  • So many celebrities seem to be expecting nowadays that people who aren't in the public eye on a day-to-day basis can easily forget how difficult it must be for a woman to endure rampant speculation and gossip during this time in her life.

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  • It seems that gaining a few pounds leads to considerable speculation when you are in the public eye.

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  • Ms. Duff acknowledged that being in the public eye is far from easy because everyone is always scrutinizing you and ready to criticize.

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  • This supermodel has been in the public eye for years and she is still a favorite of many who love her attitude and good looks.

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  • The quality of Cuisinart products first came to the public eye when the great television chef Julia Child brought the brand to the public attention.

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  • Of course, wearing a promise ring on the left hand can cause the rumor mill to start spinning as people may think that she is engaged - especially if she is someone in the public eye.

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  • If you're dealing with people in the public eye who have trained themselves to respond in sound bites, it can be a challenge to get them to respond at length and with more authenticity.

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  • When photographic evidence proved otherwise, a brand of shoes previously known only to the wealthy came into the public eye.

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  • While most artists show off their tattoos, Britney's are often air-brushed out of pictures or hidden from the public eye.

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  • However, it was her regular role as Cecilia on "7th Heaven" that boosted her name in the public eye.

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  • Guarini, however, released an album with little fanfare and has all but disappeared from the public eye.

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  • Her father of course is no stranger to the spotlight, but according to Brooke, he hasn't given her any advice about dealing with life in the public eye.

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  • Thanks to his 2006 marriage to fellow Aussie and Hollywood megastar Nicole Kidman and his subsequent trip to rehab, Urban constantly finds himself in the glare of the public eye.

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  • Her version of the song, performed with Trey Lorenz, re-entered the public eye when the pair performed the track as a tribute to Michael Jackson at his July 7, 2009 funeral.

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  • It isn't only the winners of Project Runway who stay in the public eye long after the season has ended.

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  • Because of the popularity of Hogan Knows Best, the media spotlight was firmly on the family during this time, and consequently their dramas have played out in the public eye.

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  • Anyone who puts themselves in the public eye is open to criticism, but Kate Gosselin seems to have polarized the viewing public quite dramatically.

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  • Her weepy television appearances, risqué photos and rumors of alcohol abuse have kept her in the public eye.

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  • Many viewers wonder if the celebrities sign up for this show in an attempt to be in the public eye.

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  • Disick found his way into the public eye in 2007 when Keeping up with the Kardashians launched on E!

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  • Seymour was brought to the block, and the weak consent of the protector seriously damaged him in the public eye.

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  • David Hasselhoff has long been in the public eye.

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