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to perceive, especially barely or fleetingly

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catch sight of

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"Espy ran a historic race and outperformed all expectations of a Democrat in the ruby-red state of Mississippi," proclaimed Newsweek in its election wrap-up.
Espy argued he was a better choice because of his support for expanded health care coverage, gender equity, reducing student debt, and protecting insurance availability for people with pre-existing health conditions.
Espy, it turns out, wasn't entirely off base with his idea of using fire to bring down rain.
Win double Hyde Lea Flyer 4.40 Wolverhampton Espy 5.10 Wolverhampton
The case arose out of an Office of Independent Counsel (OIC) investigation of former Agriculture Secretary Mike Espy. When allegations of improprieties by Secretary Espy surfaced in March of 1994, President Clinton ordered the White House Counsel's Office to investigate and report to him so he could determine what action, if any, he should undertake.
Shown (L to R) are Farm Journal's Steve Custer, Charlene Finck, Roger Bernard and the Secretaries including Michael Johanns, Ann Veneman, Daniel Glickman, Mike Espy, Clayton Yeutter, and John Block.
Kennedy, newly announced candidate for president (and son of Joseph Kennedy), sat down with the 41-year-old Plimpton and his girlfriend, Freddy Espy. "You're always going places together, staying in the same room, and you're not married," said Kennedy, a friend of Plimpton's.
While Oysterville, Washington was once famous around the country for the abundance of the valuable mollusks caught there between 1860 and 1890, it was all but forgotten when the author's aunt Medora Espy was born in 1899.
Medora Espy was the eldest daughter of Washington State senator and dairy farmer Harry Albert Espy.
Recognized for accomplishments on and off the court, Roddick received the 2005 Arthur Ashe Humanitarian Award and in 2004 took home an ESPY as the Best Male Tennis Player.
There is evidence that early self-regulation levels have a stronger association with school readiness than IQ (Blair, 2002) or entry-level reading or math skills (Normandeau & Guay, 1998) and is closely associated with academic achievement (Espy, et al.
The winners are introduced to friends, family, and the media at a gala luncheon preceding the annual ESPY Awards show telecast--which includes an on-screen announcement of the Athletes of the Year.
Chuck Espy is challenging Thompson in the 2nd District Democratic primary.
HOLLYWOOD For a change of pace, ESPY Award nominees hoped 13 would prove to be a lucky number: Sports pros and their famous fans assembled on July 13 at the Kodak Theater for the 13th annual event.