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visualise

verb To see in one’s mind, as in, to visualise a surgery about to be performed.
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I visualise putting myself in different positions on the pitch and then it is about getting the shots on goal."
Overall, despite the fact that some sections lack the simulator tool and are in need of more development, the information and resources available are still useful and can especially help those who struggle to visualise topics.
We don't even understand, even though we can visualise and see what's happening in the microscopic world, but if I were to give you an exercise of taking the un-living atoms and molecules that make you and me, and ask the question 'what creates our consciousness?' we have no idea.
Using MapInfo Network Connect, operators can visualise the location of prospective customers, verify the viability of connection, analyse the location of existing customer connections relative to prospective customers and access points, accurately determine the 'least cost' route, and apply cost calculations to determine the overall cost of connection.
Visualise this earth jewel filling you with healing, energy, love and good fortune.
English Heritage head properties curator Jeremy Ashbee, said: "Awesome though it remains, an intact Kenilworth Castle isn't that easy to visualise - there are huge gaps where walls have been demolished, roofs and floors stolen, and the contents sold off or destroyed."
Andrew Warbrick, managing director of Thyssenkrupp Access Ltd, said: "By using the HoloLens mixed-reality device when visiting and measuring customers' stairs, we are able to visualise in a very realistic way what the finished stairlift will look like.
During hypnosis you're able to visualise a safe, normal and comfortable birth, giving you a sense of control.
"You visualise yourself being the hero and the team walking around doing a lap of honour.
You probably have an excellent imagination and abilities to visualise. Trouble is you imagine/visualise a perfection that doesn't exist.