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gaze

 [gāz]
1. to look in one direction for a period of time.
2. the act or state of looking steadily in one direction.

gaze

(gāz),
The act of looking steadily at an object.

gaze

To fixate steadily or continuously. See cardinal positions of gaze.
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In the first six months of this year, Latvijas Gaze sold 755 million cubic meters or 7.952 GWh of natural gas to more than 400,000 customers or by 54 percent more than in the first six months last year.
It's not the greatest of ideas whether one does so by one's willpower or by employing a device like the Qufl-e-Madina glasses, with all but the lower part of the lenses glazed opaque so that one's gaze is perforce 'lowered'.
There is the 'male gaze,' which we tend to associate with objectification, and the 'female gaze,' which is usually linked with introspection.
Female fans therefore played the active role as the owners of the gaze who could direct trainees using their votes, which turned them into the idols' examiners.
Alban offers a wide perspective in her arguments regarding the Medusa gaze, offering the reader multiple insights through an array of literary texts.
This current body of works came to fruition as Zoya read The Gaze by Elif Shafak, a novel that explores the subjects of body image, the perception and reality of desirability and how individuals deal with the gazes of passersby.
Researchers found that brainwaves were more synchronised when the woman's gaze met the infant's.
The eye-tracking data are then represented by a gaze deviation (GaDe) image which is produced according to the fixation accuracies of the subject's gaze points.
Finally, she turned her head away, but her eyes looked directly back at the infant.As anticipated, the researchers found that infants' brainwaves were more synchronised to the adults' when the adult's gaze met the infant's, as compared to when her gaze was averted Interestingly, the greatest synchronising effect occurred when the adults' head was turned away but her eyes still looked directly at the infant.
The researchers explained that this happened because such a gaze appeared highly deliberate, and so provided a stronger signal to the infant that the adult intended to communicate with her.
The Articles of Association also say that the company is established pursuant to amendments to the Energy Law, which will come into force on January 1, 2018, providing for a spin-off of distribution system operator activities from joint stock company Latvijas Gaze into a separate legal company with an independent legal personality.
In foregrounding vision, the importance of the gaze as a formal strategy in Carol is made explicitly clear.