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verb
(1) To visualise.
(2) To recognise or understand; as in, “I see your point.”

see 

1. To perceive by the eye.
2. To discern.
3. To note: to understand.
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With superbly drawn illustrations by Claudine Gevry, Seeing Stars by Dandi Daley Mackall is a picturebook introduction to a remarkable collection of constellations and star figures ranging from Orion the Hunter, to Draco the dragon, to Cassiopeia the Queen, to so many more, all tied together with a charming set of verses commenting on each featured star pattern.
So these two men represent two basic ways of thinking, two ways of seeing the world: as basically natural or as supernatural, and they thus symbolize the basic differences between theology and science.
I want people to be disgusted but not know why, because they're not seeing the violence on the screen.
Capuchins' reactions signal an intermediate self-awareness that lies somewhere between seeing the mirror image as another individual and recognizing the reflected figure as self, according to a team led by psychologist Frans B.
For dancers, those pivotal moments might come from seeing a breathtaking performance, watching the evolving artistry of a colleague, or opening their minds to the revelations offered by a coach, choreographer, or director.
Eyes, seeing and unseeing, recur throughout Gottlieb's pictographs, in a variety of facial contexts.
Discoverers, all of us--explorers, seeing what lay on the other side of the horizon.
Think of an iatrogenic complication (medications, procedures) when seeing an unexplained change in the clinical course of a hospitalized patient--a first seizure, for example, is due to either something they received or something they didn't receive.
26 /PRNewswire/ -- The Seeing Eye, the nation's oldest dog guide school, celebrates its 75th Anniversary on January 29, 2004.
Only 16% reported predominantly seeing patients using Medicaid, and 5% saw mainly Hispanic or black patients.
So, can you give me a general sense of what you are seeing as brokers in the field in terms of leasing?