gaze at


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See: observe, watch
References in classic literature ?
The days and nights are "all a wonder and a wild delight," and though I have little time from my dreary work, I steal odd moments to gaze and gaze at the unending glory of what I never dreamed the world possessed.
His eyes were made for seeing, but up to that moment they had been filled with the ever changing panorama of the world, at which he had been too busy gazing, ever to gaze at himself.
When the toil of the day was over, he would gaze at it for hours, until he began to imagine that those vast features recognized him, and gave him a smile of kindness and encouragement, responsive to his own look of veneration.
The cold and senseless remains of his son was all to him, and every other sense but that of sight seemed frozen, in order that his eyes might take their final gaze at those lineaments he had so long loved, and which were now about to be closed forever from his view.
Latvijas Gaze at present is the only gas supply merchant in Latvia ensuring uninterrupted natural gas supplies service in Latvia, the company said.
Or in other words, participants who learned from a human model that occasionally gestured and gazed toward the task screen had a smaller attentional bias toward the model compared with the task-relevant areas than participants that learned from a model that did not gesture or gaze at the task.
This scenario involves the subject keeping her gaze at a fixed point on screen plane while changing the pitch of the head from 15[degrees] facing upwards to 30o facing downwards.
However, we cannot show the calibration positions in the monitor because the user can gaze at the home appliance which does not have monitor.
All emotional expressions were presented with computer-generated direct or averted eye gaze at 50% or 100% expression strength.
The observers were required to gaze at the fixation cross throughout the experiment and to press a key as quickly as possible only when the target appeared.
and may sometimes have been aware that strangers could subsequently gaze at their image).
This style gives individuals the ability to identify the media gaze at work in their everyday lives and extends the reader's learning process well beyond the completion of the book.