Definition of Lidless. Meaning of Lidless. Synonyms of Lidless

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Definition of Lidless

Lidless
Lidless Lid"less (l[i^]d"l[e^]s), a. Having no lid, or not covered with the lids, as the eyes; hence, sleepless; watchful. A lidless watcher of the public weal. --Tennyson.

Meaning of Lidless from wikipedia

- Throughout The Lord of the Rings, "the Eye" (the Red Eye, the Evil Eye, the Lidless Eye, the Great Eye) is the image most often ****ociated with Sauron. Sauron's...
- The Guinea lidless skink (Panaspis afric****) is a species of lidless skinks in the family Scincidae. The species is found on Príncipe, Ilhéu das Rolas...
- The Cabinda snake-e**** skink or Cabinda lidless skink (Panaspis cabindae) is a species of lidless skinks in the family Scincidae. The species is found...
- The short-headed snake-e**** skink or Peters's lidless skink (Panaspis breviceps) is a species of lidless skinks in the family Scincidae. The species is...
- skink, Wahlberg’s snake-e**** skink, or savannah lidless skink (Panaspis wahlbergi) is a species of lidless skinks in the family Scincidae. The species is...
- The Gaboon lidless skink (Lacertaspis rohdei) is a species of lizard in the family Scincidae. It is found in central Africa. Lacertaspis rohdei at the...
- The Togo lidless skink (Panaspis togoensis) is a species of lidless skinks in the family Scincidae. The species is found in western Africa. Schmitz, A...
- 1845) – Guinea lidless skink Panaspis annobonensis (Fuhn, 1972) – Annobón lidless skink Panaspis breviceps (W. Peters, 1873) – Peters's lidless skink, short-headed...
- mounted inside a lidless carrier. The HH equipment consists of one HH Lightweight Avionics Plate (LAP), then mounted inside a lidless carrier. Additional...
- maxilla and lower mandible for the mouth, a pair of nostrils, and two lidless eyes. On the posterior sides are the opercular series, which protect the...
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