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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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Lynne Mason has been putting up her Christmas lights at Wenallt, Dolgellau for four years now, and the house's prominent site means they can be seen right across the town Picture: ROBERT PARRY JONES
In the ad, Iain, who plays Victor Kemp in High Road, romps between the sheets with Deborah, 26, who plays the show's hell-raiser, Jude Burnett - seen right with actor Derek Lord.
At the market level, April activity was bottom line since trading restriction periods were enforced, expected insider activity in May to be much heavier, and that is seen right now.
They have lost all credibility The yellows, red and blue It's time to call a taxi For we have seen right through You just do not get it Maybe you are too thick I do not wish to be unkind But you lot get on our wick All three of you ignored us When concerns we raised with you Called us all sorts of names Now you're done, you're through Career politicians you have had your day The country has been patient Now go, be on your way Politicians, councillors Who ride the gravy train We will now vote you out And don't come back again William Allen, Westcotes, Tile Hill.
The singer, seen right headlining the Splendour In The Grass festival in Byron Bay yesterday, had earlier landed on the Gold Coast in Queensland to be greeted by a handful of fans and a number of Federal Police.
The road bridge spans the valley and the distinctive blue rooftops of Byker Wall can be seen right at the top of the image.
APPEAL: Police want to speak to the man above, and seen right, who were in Tokyo's nightclub
YOU can never be too young to be a Boro fan -and you can never be too young to be seen right here on the pages of Gazette People.
BCA's average used car values rose by pounds 300 in January compared to December, with the picture of a positive upturn in demand and prices seen right across the country.
My least favourite film is probably one I haven't even seen right through.