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    #1

    blue glare

    Dear teachers,

    Paul only gave a blue glare from his big, rather close-set eyes. He would speak to nobody when he was in full tilt.

    "blue glare": does it mean the color of the eyes? Or does it mean "looking at somebody angrily"?

    Looking forward to hearing from you.
    Thank you in advance.

    Jiang

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    Re: blue glare

    I think it means both. His eyes are blue and he glared. It's not any kind of fixed expression that I've heard before.

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