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gog·gle

(gog'gĕl),
1. A screen cover for the eye.
2. A type of spectacle with auxiliary shields for protecting the eyes.
[M.E. gogelen, to squint]
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Heaven 17 frontman Glenn Gregory talks to MARION MCMULLEN about the genesis of the band, standing in for David Bowie and surviving three-and-a-half decades in music THEY could have ended up being called Goggly Gogol, The Monolith or even Word Masters, but luckily singer Glenn Gregory and his fellow bandmates chose the name Heaven 17 - a moniker lifted from the pages of Anthony Burgess' novel A Clockwork Orange.
What had great big teeth, a great big gob, and great big goggly eyes?