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see

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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The new study convincingly shows that capuchins get "weirded out" by seeing themselves in mirrors and don't treat such images as they do strangers, remarks anthropologist Dean Falk of Florida State University in Tallahassee.
Unfortunately, admitting the possibility of such is not the same as proving that it actually happened--particularly when eyewitnesses, including those cited by Meyssan, unambiguously reported seeing a plane.
Terri decided that seeing the heartbreak her son would go through each time the father failed to appear was not worth the benefit of a father-child relationship.
LaGrassa: Bruce, are you seeing that the better space in the dotcom is going first?
This vision is far different from one which "glances" at objects in a museum; such a way of seeing merely replicates white erasure of everything but skin color.
Michael Baxandall has suggested that every culture has its own "period eye": the physical act of seeing is culturally conditioned in ways that determine cognitive perception.
Hill is at his best when describing ways of seeing - seeing as power, 'seeing-on', 'seeing-in'.
But there is also another sense in which seeing comes before
Getting past the superficial to seeing and living three dimensionally requires the unified involvement of body, mind and spirit.
The hard part for me was, of course, seeing dead bodies,'' Kim said.
Moving in closer, differences would emerge, but still, seeing double was one of the experiences in play.
I remember seeing an ABT documentary that showed a clip of the ballet and it seemed so difficult.