act+of+noticing

  • 1 Act Without Words I — is a short play by Samuel Beckett. It is a mime, Beckett s first (followed by Act Without Words II ). Like many of Beckett s works, the play was originally written in French ( Acte sans paroles I ), being translated into English by Beckett… …

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  • 2 Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001 — The Anti Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001 was formally introduced into the Parliament of the United Kingdom on 19 November, 2001 two months after the September 11, 2001 attacks on New York. A Parliamentary committee was critical of the… …

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  • 3 Dramatic Performances Act — The Dramatic Performances Act was implemented by the British Raj in India in the year 1876 to police seditious Indian theatre. India, being a colony of the British Empire had begun using the theatre as a tool of protest against the oppressive… …

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  • 4 observation — /ɒbzəˈveɪʃən/ (say obzuh vayshuhn) noun 1. the act of noticing or perceiving. 2. the act of regarding attentively or watching. 3. the faculty or habit of observing or noticing. 4. notice: to escape a person s observation. 5. the act of viewing or …

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  • 5 espial — noun a) Act of noticing or observing. b) The fact of noticing or observing; a discovery …

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  • 6 ap·pre·hen·sion — /ˌæprıˈhɛnʃən/ noun, pl sions 1 : fear that something bad or unpleasant is going to happen : a feeling of being worried about the future [noncount] The thought of moving to a new city fills me with apprehension. There is growing apprehension… …

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  • 7 remark — v. & n. v. 1 tr. (often foll. by that + clause) a say by way of comment. b take notice of; regard with attention. 2 intr. (usu. foll. by on, upon) make a comment. n. 1 a written or spoken comment; anything said. 2 a the act of noticing or… …

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  • 8 In respect — Respect Re*spect , n. [L. respectus: cf. F. respect. See {Respect}, v., and cf. {Respite}.] 1. The act of noticing with attention; the giving particular consideration to; hence, care; caution. [1913 Webster] But he it well did ward with wise… …

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  • 9 In respect of — Respect Re*spect , n. [L. respectus: cf. F. respect. See {Respect}, v., and cf. {Respite}.] 1. The act of noticing with attention; the giving particular consideration to; hence, care; caution. [1913 Webster] But he it well did ward with wise… …

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  • 10 In respect to — Respect Re*spect , n. [L. respectus: cf. F. respect. See {Respect}, v., and cf. {Respite}.] 1. The act of noticing with attention; the giving particular consideration to; hence, care; caution. [1913 Webster] But he it well did ward with wise… …

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  • 11 Respect — Re*spect , n. [L. respectus: cf. F. respect. See {Respect}, v., and cf. {Respite}.] 1. The act of noticing with attention; the giving particular consideration to; hence, care; caution. [1913 Webster] But he it well did ward with wise respect.… …

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  • 12 To have respect of persons — Respect Re*spect , n. [L. respectus: cf. F. respect. See {Respect}, v., and cf. {Respite}.] 1. The act of noticing with attention; the giving particular consideration to; hence, care; caution. [1913 Webster] But he it well did ward with wise… …

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  • 13 With respect to — Respect Re*spect , n. [L. respectus: cf. F. respect. See {Respect}, v., and cf. {Respite}.] 1. The act of noticing with attention; the giving particular consideration to; hence, care; caution. [1913 Webster] But he it well did ward with wise… …

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  • 14 espial — noun Date: 14th century 1. observation 2. an act of noticing ; discovery …

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  • 15 Global Prescience — Looking for a lesson in humility? Stand at a major historical marker, and try drawing a perfectly reasonable, prudent conclusion about where that marker is pointing. Believe me, if you read about a 15th century traveler saying, I have to get back …

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  • 16 detection — [[t]dɪte̱kʃ(ə)n[/t]] 1) N UNCOUNT: oft N of n Detection is the act of noticing or sensing something. ...the early detection of breast cancer. 2) N UNCOUNT: oft N of n Detection is the discovery of something which is supposed to be hidden. They… …

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  • 17 animadversion — n. 1. Notice, observation, perception, act of noticing, etc., remark, comment. 2. Reproof, stricture, censure, blame, aspersion, reflection, condemnation, reprobation, reprehension, severe criticism …

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  • 18 noting — / nəυtɪŋ/ noun the act of noticing, though not necessarily reading and understanding, an advertisement in a publication …

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  • 19 remark — [ri märk′] vt. [Fr remarquer < re + marquer, to mark < It marcare < marca, a mark < Gmc * marka: see MARK1] 1. to notice; observe; perceive 2. to say or write as an observation or comment 3. Obs. to mark; distinguish; indicate vi. to… …

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  • 20 re|mark — «rih MAHRK», verb, noun. –transitive verb. 1. to say in a few words; state; speak; comment: »He remarked that my hands would be better for a wash. 2. to notice; observe: »Did you remark that strange cloud? SYNONYM(S) …

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