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stare

(stār),
1. To look intently or fixedly.
2. An intent gaze.
[A.S. starian]
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stare

(stār) [AS. starian]
To gaze fixedly at anyone or anything.
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Starer's other company, Cataract Inc., a provider of engineering and technical services to the nuclear power industry, has locations in suburban Philadelphia and Long Island, N.Y.
(1996) tested this hypothesis in three studies, one of which tested the hypothesis that increasing levels of occlusion (barriers between the starer and staree) would reduce the frequency of the experience of remote staring detection due to the belief that the emitted signal would become attenuated.
If the donor chooses posthumous fragmentation, she or he can exploit the fact that seeing corporeal fragmentation, as explained by Davis, threatens the starer's self image.
His clients include Albertsons, Supervalu, Starer Bros., Farm Fresh, Harris Teeter, Heinen's, Stop & Shop, Osco Drug, Nash Finch, and many others.
Jack Brown, chairman of Starer Brothers, another family-held California-based supermarket chain, was quoted in the L.A.
Activate and calm epochs are replaced by observation and control epochs depending on whether or not the remote starer observes the other participant on the monitor.
And the ghoulish attraction could be ripe for the picking if cast and crew could work the same magic as the Johnny Depp starer.
"Move Along," "Central Park West," and "Philadelphia Scrapple Dance" recall the character pieces of Robert Starer drawing upon mixed meters, ostinati and evocative titles.
OSU starer Kelly Dyer (11-18), a Churchill High product, was pulled before recording an out after surrendering the grand slam to Chambers.
STARER Goggle-eyed Doherty ready for the road' SWIGGER Doherty downs drug watched by pharmacist' DANGER Pete cheats the lights in city street Pictures: BIGPICTURESPHOTO.COM
THE Starer takes nothing to distract them on a long train journey.
Ellen Zwilich's Fantasy for Harpsichord (1983), for example, is one of many recent compositions that reflect this new level of maturity (I have recorded the work, along with pieces by Piston, Gardner Read, Robert Starer, and Leslie Trimble, on American Harpsichord Music of the 20th Century, Albany Records TROY 457 [2001], CD).