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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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frequently monocled painter James McNeill Whistler, one of the models
THROUGH THE YEARS: As the Monocled Mutineer, top left, and, right, as Mark North in detective series Luther
He became a household name in 1987, thanks to acclaimed TV drama The Monocled Mutineer and achieved long-lasting fame thanks to a starring role in cult 1986 film Withnail and I.
He is now safe to keep his diamondback rattlesnake, puff adder, nose-horned viper, copperhead and monocled cobra at home.
ALAN BLEASDALE'S The Monocled Mutineer was the dramatist's first historical piece, an adaptation of someone else's work for television (he had already given viewers the classic Boys From The Blackstuff).
NDid her monocled, long-suffering husband Johnnie really suffer?
This was followed by The Monocled Mutineer in 1986, GBH in 1990, and more recently the original adaptation of Oliver Twist for ITV.
MONOCLED MUTINEER: He's never been the British champ and hasn't won back the world title he held for five years but he's still a celebrity.
Nor does it try to win over American audiences by portraying every sailor as a monocled Nazi - or dedicated Nazi-hater.
A TEENAGER obsessed with exotic animals is believed to have killed himself by deliberately letting a deadly monocled cobra bite him.
At first police thought the 18-year-old had been bitten accidentally by his monocled cobra but now say he may have taken his own life.
org TV ROLE SPARKED WWI INTEREST PAUL McGann first became interested in the Great War when he filmed Alan Bleasdale's The Monocled Mutineer in 1985.