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  • 1seeing — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. observing, looking, regarding, viewing, noticing, surveying, looking at, observant, wide awake, alert, awake, perceiving, inspecting, beholding, witnessing. II (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun The faculty of seeing: eye,… …

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  • 2Faculty of Theatre (Prague) — The Theatre Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (DAMU) – A Dynamic Theatre School Offering a Wide Spectrum of Studies in Theatre Creation was founded immediately after the Second World War, emerging from the need to educate… …

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  • 3Faculty of Theatre — The Theatre Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (DAMU) – A Dynamic Theatre School Offering a Wide Spectrum of Studies in Theatre Creation was founded immediately after the Second World War, emerging from the need to educate… …

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  • 4The Art of Seeing — is a 1942 book by Aldous Huxley, which contains an explanation and discussion of the Bates Method for better eyesight.Huxley’s own sightIn the preface to the book, Huxley describes how, at the age of sixteen, he had a violent attack of keratitis… …

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  • 5vision — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Sense of sight Nouns 1. vision, sight, optics, eyesight, seeing; view, look, espial, glance, ken; glimpse, glimmer, peep, coup d oeil; focus; gaze, stare, leer; perception, contemplation; regard, survey; …

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  • 6sight — sightable, adj. sighter, n. /suyt/, n. 1. the power or faculty of seeing; perception of objects by use of the eyes; vision. 2. an act, fact, or instance of seeing. 3. one s range of vision on some specific occasion: Land is in sight. 4. a view;… …

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  • 7eye — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. watch, ogle, stare, view, observe, scrutinize, inspect. See vision. n. orb, visual organ; optic; eyesight, perception; vision; opinion, view; hook, loop, opening. See circularity, body. II (Roget s …

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  • 8Casimir Ubaghs — (November 261800–February 151875) was a Dutch Catholic theologian. He was for a quarter of a century the chief protagonist of the Ontologico Traditionalist School of Louvain. He was born at Berg en Terblijt near Valkenburg, Netherlands. LifeIn… …

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  • 9Casimir Ubaghs —     Casimir Ubaghs     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Casimir Ubaghs     Born at Bergélez Fauquemont, 26 November, 1800; died at Louvain, 15 February, 1875, was for a quarter of a century the chief protagonist of the Ontologico Traditionalist School… …

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  • 10sight — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. vision, eyesight; view, vista, scene; appearance, aspect, look; spectacle, display; visibility; aim, observation; eyesore (see ugliness). at sight II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [The power of seeing] Syn.… …

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  • 11sight — [[t]saɪt[/t]] n. 1) phl the power or faculty of seeing; perception of objects by use of the eyes; vision 2) the act or fact of seeing 3) one s range of vision on some specific occasion: Land is in sight[/ex] 4) a view; glimpse 5) mental… …

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  • 12Arc of vision — Vision Vi sion, n. [OE. visioun, F. vision, fr. L. visio, from videre, visum, to see: akin to Gr. ? to see, ? I know, and E. wit. See {Wit}, v., and cf. {Advice}, {Clairvoyant}, {Envy}, {Evident}, {Provide}, {Revise}, {Survey}, {View}, {Visage},… …

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  • 13Beatific vision — Vision Vi sion, n. [OE. visioun, F. vision, fr. L. visio, from videre, visum, to see: akin to Gr. ? to see, ? I know, and E. wit. See {Wit}, v., and cf. {Advice}, {Clairvoyant}, {Envy}, {Evident}, {Provide}, {Revise}, {Survey}, {View}, {Visage},… …

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  • 14Direct vision — Vision Vi sion, n. [OE. visioun, F. vision, fr. L. visio, from videre, visum, to see: akin to Gr. ? to see, ? I know, and E. wit. See {Wit}, v., and cf. {Advice}, {Clairvoyant}, {Envy}, {Evident}, {Provide}, {Revise}, {Survey}, {View}, {Visage},… …

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  • 15Field of vision — Vision Vi sion, n. [OE. visioun, F. vision, fr. L. visio, from videre, visum, to see: akin to Gr. ? to see, ? I know, and E. wit. See {Wit}, v., and cf. {Advice}, {Clairvoyant}, {Envy}, {Evident}, {Provide}, {Revise}, {Survey}, {View}, {Visage},… …

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  • 16Indirect vision — Vision Vi sion, n. [OE. visioun, F. vision, fr. L. visio, from videre, visum, to see: akin to Gr. ? to see, ? I know, and E. wit. See {Wit}, v., and cf. {Advice}, {Clairvoyant}, {Envy}, {Evident}, {Provide}, {Revise}, {Survey}, {View}, {Visage},… …

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  • 17Reflected vision — Vision Vi sion, n. [OE. visioun, F. vision, fr. L. visio, from videre, visum, to see: akin to Gr. ? to see, ? I know, and E. wit. See {Wit}, v., and cf. {Advice}, {Clairvoyant}, {Envy}, {Evident}, {Provide}, {Revise}, {Survey}, {View}, {Visage},… …

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  • 18Refracted vision — Vision Vi sion, n. [OE. visioun, F. vision, fr. L. visio, from videre, visum, to see: akin to Gr. ? to see, ? I know, and E. wit. See {Wit}, v., and cf. {Advice}, {Clairvoyant}, {Envy}, {Evident}, {Provide}, {Revise}, {Survey}, {View}, {Visage},… …

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  • 19Vision — Vi sion, n. [OE. visioun, F. vision, fr. L. visio, from videre, visum, to see: akin to Gr. ? to see, ? I know, and E. wit. See {Wit}, v., and cf. {Advice}, {Clairvoyant}, {Envy}, {Evident}, {Provide}, {Revise}, {Survey}, {View}, {Visage}, {Visit} …

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  • 20Vision purple — Vision Vi sion, n. [OE. visioun, F. vision, fr. L. visio, from videre, visum, to see: akin to Gr. ? to see, ? I know, and E. wit. See {Wit}, v., and cf. {Advice}, {Clairvoyant}, {Envy}, {Evident}, {Provide}, {Revise}, {Survey}, {View}, {Visage},… …

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