Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • A simplified spelling of observe.

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  • GLADWELL: One of the most strik­ing things in observ­ing the evo­lu­tion of Amer­i­can soci­ety is the rise of travel.

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  • ⇒ [More:] "There brush is let only one thing which reading grieves me," observ "No, no, no," earn replied the fix eye broadcast always of the paralytic.

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  • He could fashion striking falconry metaphors by (presumably) "frequently observ [ing] the rich at play."

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  • Box Office, mr, ms observ hahaa, i'm having fun reading your comments, ti's funny. negative or positive especially those who acquire super replies!

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  • About R1 billion over baseline will be allocated to programmes that fall within the EPWP; and, lastly, introducing the system of products for preferential procurement by government from small, medium and micro-enterprises; and through the Small Enterprises Development Agency setting up a rigorous system to ensure that the 30-day payment period is observ

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  • Simpson told Walters that he still considers Kardashian his "" friend, '' though legal observ - ers believe Kardashian violated his attorney-client relationship with Simpson and could lose his law license.

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  • 'Tis another Rule, well-observ'd in this Venue, to make One's Performances short & smart.

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  • The spectators could wander at will, stand or sit on the floor, observ any group from any angle or distance, or look through them to a group beyond, or to the hills, bay, bridges, islands, sailboats, sky and skyline.

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  • Austin de superstit.observ. hoc pacto a Deo deficitur ad diabolum, P. Mart.

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  • So Forestus, observat.l. 10, observ. 13, in a young divine in Louvain, that was mad, and said [1979] he had a Bible in his head:

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