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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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According to the rules, contestants had to stare into blankly for long hours without talking, sleeping, laughing or using smartphones.
You replied, "No, actually people here stare a lot and I don't like it.
Mr Stares added: "I like to think we have a tenant line-up here that is as good as you will find anywhere else in the city.
Two main groupings result from their approach, creating an exchange between portrait and action: "I Stare 1" follows a time line of political activism, while an opposing wall of portraits, "They Stare," follows none.
But as I stare It is still, That gargoyle on the church.
The EDA of MS's participants was significantly higher in stare than in no-stare trials (effect size [es] = .
She stated that she had to walk around with her head down because of the stares from the infantrymen.
We discuss the importance of manufacturing and often receive just blank stares and nods in return.
Kenyatta looks up at the ceiling; Delores stares down her breasts; Jasmine's gaze is blanker than ever, and directed at the magazine's cover.
If an entity materially changes its activities and, thus, becomes inconsistent with its charitable purpose, it may not be able to rely on a new determination letter recognizing exempt stares.
Dakota State University teamed with PeopleSoft to bring enterprise software into the classrooms of higher education institutions around the United Stares.