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  • On his appearance, he spoke about progress towards peace that he has recently observed.
  • These dry days are observed to maintain peace and order during the festival days.
  • The open-ended concept of fair use is not observed in Canadian law.
  • However, the rule is now much more commonly observed for safety reasons.
  • Then he uses game theory to show that these are all equally likely to be observed.
  • First, we could observe the two cars from the side of the road.
  • However, it has never been directly observed for a black hole.
  • This does not mean that they have to observe the activities even though they are present.
  • Most of the chemistry has been observed only for the first five members of the group.
  • He observes that the quality of studio management has changed over the years.
  • Others observe that he has been playing the machine for hours.
  • Such movements have been observed both within Japan and elsewhere in the world.
  • New students typically begin by observing more advanced students as they practice.
  • This lack of activity at the surface makes them difficult to observe.
  • However, both have been observed to transit across the face of the Sun.
  • For most people, this is likely to be the best observing conditions within their reach.
  • I had the feeling that a man would slip by less observed.
  • As the movie plays, we can observe a number of features of the active Sun.
  • Several other fast days of ancient or medieval origin continue to be observed to some degree in modern times.
  • While all states now observe the holiday, some did not name the day after King.
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Meaning of observe

  • verb Watch attentively
    Please observe the reaction of these two chemicals
  • verb Behave as expected during of holidays or rites
    Keep the commandments, celebrate Christmas, Observe Yom Kippur
  • verb Stick to correctly or closely
    The pianist kept time with the metronome, keep count, I cannot keep track of all my employees
  • verb Conform one's action or practice to
    keep appointments, she never keeps her promises, We kept to the original conditions of the contract