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g lans

  • n  a quick look
  • v  throw a glance at; take a brief look at
    She only glanced at the paper
  • v  hit at an angle

  • When they get up nerve to go to town, no one gives them a second glance.
  • His staff, which includes some of the church's brightest men, is sensitive to every small sign of pleasure or displeasure -- a subtle glance, a pause, a bland word that has accrued .
  • On the dais at the World Championships in Melbourne last year, she looked, at first glance, to be the same height as place-getters Marleen Veldhuis and Britta Steffen except .

  • Francis Collins in Science Daily (press release)
    At first glance, the platypus appears as if it was the result of an evolutionary accident,says Francis S. Collins, MD, Ph.D., director of NHGRI. "But as weird as this animal looks, its genome sequence is priceless for understanding how...
  • Angela Merkel in BBC News
    Already a first glance of the area shows that this is indeed a wonderful place,Ms Merkel responded.

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