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stare

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to look intently and fixedly

an intent fixed look

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a long fixed look

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look at with fixed eyes

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The eye gazer is the only thing she could use to communicate, there is nothing else," added Paul.
He wants the ground as close to abandonment as possible, so this was perfect" - trainer Jonathan Geake of his winner Starlight Gazer
The Coast Gazer is free from manned railway stations, at Tourist Information Centres and other outlets on the line.
CELEBRITY star gazer Russell Grant officially opened an apartment development for elderly people this week.
Sunday Mail star gazer Frank Pilkington has been inundated with letters from readers wanting to know what the future holds.
They include a variety of roses, casablanca lilies, mountain lilies, iris, carnations, star gazer lilies, alstromeria, cymbidium orchids, dendrobium orchids and other exotics.
Because it turns out the Ormskirk star-watcher is actually something of a keen star gazer.
Ryan Moore proved to be the rider to follow at this nightshift meeting as he rattled off a four-timer courtesy of wins for Distinctive Look, Crystal Gazer, Wunderwood and Waterside.
The Cambrian Country Gazer will partner the popular Cambrian Coast Gazer.
SKY gazers in parts of Wales were treated to a rare and spectacular display of the Northern Lights.
Are any of Teesside's crystal ball gazers prepared to stand in front of a firing squad should their dream figures turn out to be an illusion; as per Redcar in the early 1970s?
It will be held next to the Pavilion, so there is a chance for star gazers to pop inside and get warm and have a drink.
Some delightful celestial events providing spectacular views for the sky gazers are in store this month.
Chance to view meteors STAR gazers are invited to enjoy a night under the Northumberland National Park sky as the Leonids meteor shower builds to its peak tomorrow.