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a viewer who gazes fixedly (often with hostility)

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McDowell, Singell, and Starer use panel data for economists to estimate the probability of choosing administration over a pure academic track.
6) Participants were blind to the identity of the starer.
After all, "astronomer" is an anagram of "moon starer.
Nationally, an estimated 20 percent of poor families do not have telephones (Giesbrecht, Kulp, & Starer, 1996).
So far the strategy seems to be working in the three locations where Starer Bros.
The book features numerous types of people who aggravate you on your daily commute - such as The Beggar, The Broadsheet, The Death Breath, The Nutter, and The Starer.
Burney rushed 16 times in relief of starer Josh Rivera, who injured his leg in the second quarter.
By late 1953, Doerfer occupied the seat when the commission decided a multiple-ownership case involving Starer Broadcasting.
Our 4 year old starer Lauren was born with many special needs.
Studies of sub-basin stream water quality (Bachman and Phillips 1996; Starer et al.
You do the majority of work in the extruder itself, and thereby have more options and widen that operating window," says Michael Starer, business manager for food extrusion, Werner & Pfleiderer Corp.
The portable grill features a vented base that functions as both an ash catcher and a charcoal starer.
Urethral catheterization and restraint use are nursing home practices closely associated with adverse resident outcomes (Libow and Starer 1989).
As the CEO of two geographically dispersed companies that do business together, Bob Starer has a lot of long-distance balls to juggle.