Example sentences of "the public eye " in BNC.

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1 Usually career coercion will suffice to ensure that any troublesome thesis stays unpublished and out of the public eye .
2 What is clear is that this was all one society , in which the wives — like Mrs Lowndes herself — wrote books or maintained salons , while their husbands were functionaries , some of them much in the public eye as ministers of the Crown , others — like Frederic Lowndes — no less influential and esteemed for operating under wraps , as grey eminences .
3 The passion of Mr Kluge 's third wife , Patricia , for the royal family has periodically thrust her 75-year-old husband into the public eye .
4 Chapter One begins with allegations printed in one of the more respectable weekly magazines that do their best to ruin the reputation of everyone in the public eye .
5 Record companies , managers or anyone in the music business can only notice your music if your band is at a venue playing in the public eye .
6 It was instrumental in bringing the young Niki Lauda into the public eye when he dismissed it as rubbish after a handful of laps .
7 It is the more important to record this because he did not seek the public eye .
8 BRITTEN 'S Miss Wordsworth , primmest of Suffolk schoolma'ms , would no doubt have balked at setting before the public eye any but her most promising music pupils .
9 He has consistently denied that most British Muslims support Iran 's fatwa ( religious edict ) — a belief borne out by a BBC2 survey for the Public Eye programme which showed only 28 per cent of British Muslims in favour .
10 Thurlow 's story is strictly that of a man pursuing his hobby and getting more and more embarrassed as the public eye focused upon him .
11 IN SMALL , anonymous offices around Scotland , well away from the public eye , computer printers are now busy churning out tens of thousands of warning letters to rebellious voters .
12 The controversy created by the research suddenly put Hector 's dolphin firmly in the public eye .
13 Ahead you 'll find a series of lucrative events which may well put you in the public eye , and carry you to further success and acclaim .
14 Time ( and his bank balance ) will tell , but at least now the whole thing 's up and running he can retreat out of the public eye .
15 But the curious pair who for a time were so well-known simply for being rich vanished from the public eye — towards a tax haven in Jersey .
16 ‘ Hardly ever has a Goebbels article stood so much in the public eye as this one , ’ added the report , ‘ but his articles have probably never been so criticized .
17 It is a constant risk for someone like her who is always in the public eye , that someone will develop a fixation on her , ’ the colleague said .
18 Mr Yeltsin remained out of the public eye at his country house , but sent two of his key lieutenants , Mr Gennady Burbulis and Mr Sergei Shakhrai , along with Mr Gaidar , to address a meeting of the parliamentary leadership .
19 Although the film did not accurately portray the attitudes and feelings of mentally handicapped people , it may be commended for bringing a sensitive subject into the public eye .
20 ‘ I also liked the idea of producing images of people in the public eye which do n't adhere to the unwritten rule of portraiture — that you 've got to make some kind of personal comment about the sitter , capture their essence , if you like — which , at twenty four , I did n't feel particularly qualified to do .
21 The division of work between themselves and the Labour left put the latter into the public eye as spokespeople , and the republican contribution to developments has tended to be downplayed in consequence .
22 ‘ Red Ellen ’ had long been in the public eye — notably as the figure at the head of the Jarrow March in 1936 bearing down upon London to protest against the enormity of unemployment .
23 Unlike many groups , The Wedding Present largely avoided the dubious pleasure of growing up in the public eye .
24 If Chapman had become football 's forgotten man , he was about to put himself , and his new club , in the public eye again , for on 16 March , 1921 Huddersfield bought Stephenson for a fee that was ‘ probably the highest ever paid by a Yorkshire club ’ — £4,000 .
25 Nothing was left untouched where a change would put the club in the public eye , improve the team 's performance or , preferably , both .
26 Chapman 's mind worked day and night on motivating not only his players but everyone involved with the club , on keeping Arsenal in the public eye , on planning their victories , and on improving the game in general .
27 Managers are more than ever in the public eye ; the scientific approach , in tactics , medical treatment , ground improvements , is commonplace ; floodlighting , numbered players , the ten-yard semi-circle are taken for granted .
28 Few would disagree that the CAB has raised its profile in the public eye over the last few years .
29 I immediately put the fern into our hospital , that is on the kitchen windowsill , a position in the public eye where it could be attended to by my of the family .
30 To build up a shop 's reputation in the public eye ( ie to make customers more aware of the shop and the goods it offers , and to convince them that it provides good value and good service )
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