from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A keeping awake; a vigil.
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- verb Present participle of
- adjective Of or relating to the action: to
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- noun the act of observing; taking a patient look
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Again, Cain repeats his claim that he didn't recognise either Sharon Bialek or her name watching yesterday's press conference:I tried to remember if I recognised her, and I didn't....
The only part of the Olympics I'm really interested in watching is the women's hoops and NBC is making it as difficult as possible to know which of their channels will have the games and at what time.
He joined Ime Udoka (right knee), LaMarcus Aldridge (heart), top scorer and rebounder Zach Randolph (hand) and Joel Przybilla (left knee) in watching from the bench in street clothes.
Recruited from Long Beach by then-Mayor Ron Dellums in 2009 with the promise of a fully staffed police force and the support of City Hall, Batts has spent much of his term watching the department steadily shrink, from a nearly 800-officer force to 657.
"It ain't what I call watching," said she, apologetically.
During instruction, he always has an assistant on hand, and he has developed other ways to monitor technique, such as watching from a shorter distance and distinguishing what different body parts sound like when they hit the water.
The absolute summary of parenthood is the pride you feel in watching your little ones learn to do things for themselves and the absolute terror of the day they no longer need you.
I was particularly interested in watching the dance piper.
I see no thrill in watching American Families lose everything they own.
The fun is in watching us squirm, not in participating.