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mon·o·cle

(mon'ŏ-kĕl),
A lens used for one eye, usually in the correction of presbyopia.

monocle

A single ophthalmic lens, with or without a frame, which is worn by holding it between the brow and the cheek.
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MONOCLE can be used with laptops, smartphones and tablets to play music and take phone calls in a private or group setting.
We want consumers to view MONOCLE as a 24/7 companion to their device-wear it around their neck, listen to music on the go, use it for personal and group phone calls-because that's what it was designed for.
I had to avoid screwing it in tight, of course, because my monocle still needed to be put back into its rightful place in the spectacles.
I'd never have had all this trouble with a monocle.
BIRMINGHAM rockers Hot Monocles triumphed at a prestigious Battle of the Bands contest.
Hot Monocles - brothers Jon and Will Lauder, Dan Wardle and Matt Parker - performed original tracks Take Your Best Shot, Rhythm and Booze, The Forest and Snobs, along with a cover of The Beatles' Helter Skelter.
FOR a band that struggles to fit in gigs and rehearsals between university studies, Birmingham's Hot Monocles are enjoying more than their fair share of success.
Sutton Coldfield-based Hot Monocles won the Birmingham heat of the Undiscovered Live competition, run by pub chain O'Neill's.