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Rabbit's eyes

"The rabbits' eye differs from that of the owl."  

This saying is basically about how the eyes of one person differ from the eyes of another.  Just as the eyes of the owl differ from those of the rabbit.

Two persons may see the same event and recount two different stories as to what occurred.  In this situation a person may say this saying commenting how they knew how the event really occurred as their eyes are sharper than the other person's, just like the way the owl's eyes are sharper then the rabbits.


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