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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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Sheldrake (1994) discusses the detection of staring and he gives details of his own research with starees sitting with their backs to starers. He reports accuracy rates no better than mean chance expectation (MCE) with non-feedback, but significantly better than MCE (at 53.1%) when immediate feedback is provided.
Neither did the Big Bangers nor Steady Starers of this century.
Willingness to be suckered by a world of lurkers and starers who fear gaze and ridicule above imprisonment without law.
The awards honor an individual, municipality or organization exemplifying the strength and character of the Old Man, which overlooked Franconia Notch for centuries and was well loved by Granite Starers. Nominations, which should cite specific contributions and accomplishments in fewer than 1,000 words, should be mailed to Old Man of the Mountain Legacy Fund, P.O.
Smiling and nodding at the starers as he saunters towards his seat, Leonardo is a picture of couldn't-care-less dressed down chic.
Williams provided excellent sensory isolation of her starers and starees by stationing them in separate, closed rooms 60 ft apart.
The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation and New Hampshire Public Radio are calling for nominations for the 2011 Next Gen Civic Leadership Award, which honors Granite Starers between the ages of 25 and 40 who demonstrate a commitment to strengthening their community, civic participation, and developing personal leadership capacity to make New Hampshire a better place for future generations.
To cut out any influence from sounds and smells, subjects and starers were separated by a window.
That means 686,550 Granite Starers are employed, a decrease of 3,600 from July and a decrease of 23,710 people from a year ago.
If even the slightest raised eyebrow from the junior senator from New York would send the New Hampshire press and political classes into a tizzy, Hillary Clinton's most recent more public mutterings about running for president may have sent some Granite Starers rushing for the AED.