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  • n  a long fixed look
    he fixed his paternal gaze on me
  • v  look at with fixed eyes

  • The American public has lately become accustomed to another sort of gaze: the all-embracing, unflinching stare of the pop biographer.
  • Under his hypnotic gaze, humanity crossed a threshold from which one could see the abyss.
  • What one found disconcerting, though, "was Speransky's cold, mirror-like gaze, which let no one penetrate to his soul and a too great contempt for people.
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  • Benson Henderson responds to Anthony Pettis: 'I'll just fight and let others worry about talking their way into fights'
    Now that Anthony Pettis ' featherweight title hopes have been postponed, the former WEC champion has turned his gaze back towards the lightweight division. "I can be 100 percent ready to fight Benson Henderson in Milwaukee," Pettis said in a statement on FUEL TV's UFC 161 post-fight show. "With all due respect to T.J. Grant, Milwaukee is my town, and the fight with Ben is the fight everyone has ...
    June 17, 2013 - SB Nation
  • Finally, a Way to Make Straight Gamer Guys ‘Genuinely Horny’
    It’s almost impossible to get a straight dude who plays video games horny these days. Walk by him in a short skirt that’s practically begging to be creepshotted and he’ll politely avert his gaze. Use your girl voice to talk to him on Xbox Live and he’ll compliment you on your impressive gameplay skills and immediately want to engage you in a conversation about the latest issue of Bust magazine ...
    June 17, 2013 - The New York Observer
  • 'Man of Steel' Flys High
    Welcome to the Box Office Report, where Superman can leap over buildings in a single bound and melt glaciers with his gaze, but he still has to call Batman to open this darn pickle jar.
    June 16, 2013 - The Atlantic Wire via Yahoo! News

  • Pope Benedict XVI in Dallas Morning News
    The child of Bethlehem directs our gaze toward all children who suffer and are abused in the world, the born and the unborn,Benedict said in his homily, referring to the church's stand against abortion.
  • Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero in The Associated Press
    We Spaniards mourn Saramago today as we would one of ours because we have always felt him at our side, enriching us with his compassionate and lucid gaze,said Zapatero.
  • Heinz Berggruen in Forbes
    I was struck right away by his gaze,Berggruen recalled of meeting Picasso in 1949, according to the biography.

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