looking at

  1. the act of directing the eyes toward something and perceiving it visually
    he went out to have a look
    his camera does his looking for him
    he gave it a good looking at
    his look was fixed on her eyes
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How To Use looking at In A Sentence

  • The human was definitely looking at her.
  • It will take away from the classic perspective of looking at city hall dead on.
  • We're looking at some idea that it might be a colder than normal winter in the Northeast and Midwest.
  • Looking at Yankee Stadium (home of the world champion Yankees) it appears you can buy a ticket for one of the nosebleed seats, and then after the game starts pick any seat you want from about row 10 up.
  • Sure enough, he found her there, looking at the posted casualty reports along with many others, searching the alphabetized lists of KIAs and WIAs.
  • I'm looking at it afresh and applying my findings not only to our bespoke tailoring but to the ready-to-wear collection. Times, Sunday Times
  • The second is the gender division of work, she says, looking at the larger issue of why first generation schoolgoers in particular require an extraordinary amount of care and attention.
  • It is a good service to provide for your listeners so we don't have to pause the show find whatever your looking at and then come back. aria on August 22, 2009 3: 04 pm intro is a cover of the airman stage on rockman 2. its called airman ga taosenai, u can find lots of versions of it on nico nico douga Anime Pulse » Shows
  • If looking at the stand from the oval, you're faced with a visage of plate-glass windows that lends a futuristic look.
  • We've gotten better with our techniques and applying them predeparture, ensuring we're looking at as broad a section of potential risk as possible, said Kevin McAleenan, deputy assistant commissioner of field operations at Customs and Border Protection, or CBP.CBP said the gap in U.S. security practices wasn't obvious until after the attempted Christmas attack. U.S. blocks 350 with suspected ties to terrorists
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