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someone who looks on

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Therefore it helped the Elizabethan onlooker to understand the play when he saw a king, a courtier, or a butcher come on to the stage dressed as he knew a king, a courtier, or a butcher dressed.
It took an approciable interval of time for him, as well as for the onlookers, to realize what he had done.
So long as this is general, it is not always noticeable, for the uninspired onlooker is without the necessary means of comparison.
The marksman is getting sacked,' mused the onlooker, diagnosing the situation.
Thus, for example, the individual who defiled a drinking-place would be attacked by every onlooker, while one who deliberately gave a false alarm was the recipient of much rough usage at our hands.
Had there been an onlooker, he would have thought Jerry had gone suddenly mad.
On the screen of his imagination he saw himself and this sweet and beautiful girl, facing each other and conversing in good English, in a room of books and paintings and tone and culture, and all illuminated by a bright light of steadfast brilliance; while ranged about and fading away to the remote edges of the screen were antithetical scenes, each scene a picture, and he the onlooker, free to look at will upon what he wished.
Something had been wrong with that hand--the perfunctory way in which it had touched him under a show of heartiness that could well deceive the onlooker.
As is always the case with a ship running before wind and sea she did not seem to an onlooker to move very fast; but to be progressing indolently in long leisurely bounds and pauses in the midst of the overtaking waves.
I have seen him a score of times, at table, insulting this hunter or that, with cool and level eyes and, withal, a certain air of interest, pondering their actions or replies or petty rages with a curiosity almost laughable to me who stood onlooker and who understood.
PEKyN (CyHAN)- A Chinese man who make colorful show with a chamber, called as also chamber mam, amaze onlookers with his performance in which numerous splendid actions also take admiration.
LADY GAGA lefefeft A onlookers dazed and confused when she stepped out in another of her simply un-fur-gettable outfits.
SHORTLY before 4pm on Saturday onlookers reported seeing the Duckmarine stop on the ramp into Salthouse Dock before appearing to roll into the water The boat then started to lower in the water.
They said firemen arrived at the scene in minutes, while police did well to manage the hundreds of onlookers who gathered to watch.
Thirty acrylic on canvas works -- along with three mixed media pieces -- dress the white walls of the gallery, plunging onlookers into the painter's world.