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to apprehend (images) by use of the eyes

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to be intuitively aware of

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Do you not perceive that we are opposite the Hotel d'Arguillon, which is full of the cardinal's creatures?
It is impossible for the man of pious reflection not to perceive in it a finger of that Almighty hand which has been so frequently and signally extended to our relief in the critical stages of the revolution.
This terrible fowl had no head that we could perceive, but was fashioned entirely of belly, which was of a prodigious fatness and roundness, of a soft-looking substance, smooth, shining and striped with various colors.
But yet, he was astonished, while viewing all these bodies, not to perceive the survivors.
Past research suggests that if a user perceives something or some person as credible, the user will have more positive attitude toward the thing and the person.
In the context of Internet shopping, the theory of planned behavior predicts that though a consumer's attitudes with respect to the online store are not positive, he/she is prone to make a purchase from an online shop which he/she perceives as low on risk [Jarvenpaa, Tractinsky, and Vitale, 2000].
According to Moore and Benbasat (1991), image is "the degree to which an individual perceives that use of an innovation will enhance his or her status in his or her social system" (p.
We thus conceptualized that the association between self-esteem and distress among African Americans may depend on the extent of racism that the individual perceives.
In the current study we focused on three aspects of media influence perception: (a) the participant group who perceives media influence, (b) the comparison group whose opinions are supposedly influenced by the media's presentation of information, and (c) the object group about whom the comparison group forms opinions.
Bradberry (2007) posits that identifying one's career choice depends on one's personality traits and how one perceives a particular job.
To measure the character's perceived risk, subjects were asked whether they think that the character would perceive the risk he was running by getting the loan: (a) Paul/John perceives the risk of getting this loan; (b) Paul/John thinks it is likely that he will not afford all month payments; (c) Paul/John thinks about the possibility of having unexpected expenses during the loan period; (d) Paul/John thinks about the possibility of losing his main income source during the loan period (1 = totally disagree; 7 = totally agree).
The conceptualization of perceived system quality variables Perceived "refers to the degree of accessibility, responsiveness, access and availability of the e-learning systems" (Lee, Shin, and Lee, 2009) Perceived "The degree to which an individual perceives using the ease of e-learning system is free of effort" (Davis, 1989) use Perceived "refers to the dependability of the e-learning system reliability operation" (Wixom and Todd, 2005) Table 3.
This study will expand the literature on argumentativeness by examining whether one's general tendencies to approach or avoid arguments predicts how one perceives an argument that repeats in an interpersonal relationship.
Washington, Jan 13 (ANI): New research from Baylor University psychologists has shown that how each person perceives the other partner's emotion during a conflict greatly influences different types of thoughts, feelings and reactions in themselves.
For players in the end to end supply chain, the only value that is factual and relevant is what the customer perceives as value.