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stare

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

stare

(stār) [AS. starian]
To gaze fixedly at anyone or anything.
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Frustrated with the inefficiencies of conducting long-distance meetings via speakerphones and fax machines, Starer began to explore videoconferencing systems about a year ago.
That is what makes The Starer one of the most disturbing fellow travellers.
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34 played in nine games last season with the Lions, three as a starer, rushing for 72 yards on 30 carries and catching four passes for 21 yards and a touchdown.
Starer, Robert, American composer, pianist, and writer, d.
Prior to joining Delaware, Starer was a senior quantitative analyst for Jacobs Levy Equity Management, Florham Park, NJ.
In the preface to Rhythmic Training, an excellent resource for rhythmic exercises and drills, Robert Starer states, "In my experience as composer, performer and teacher I have come to the conclusion that an inadequate grasp of rhythmic patterns is often the cause of poor sight-reading.
A remote staring study (an experimental setting very similar to DMILS) by Braud, Shafer, and Andrews (1993) found that an experimental control condition ("sham"), in which the data were recorded without any starer present, produced no significant differences in the starees' EDA.
com is an excellent resource on how brain research relates to our daily lives, with a good combination of news, theory, and practice," said Penni Starer, the Association's program manager.
It can often be true even when you cannot see the starer.