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Looking is the act of intentionally focusing visual perception on someone or something, for the purpose of obtaining informationand possibly Dom looking convey interest or Dom looking sentiment. A large number of troponyms exist to describe variations of looking at "Dom looking," with prominent examples including the verbs "stare, gaze, gape, gawp, gawk, goggle, glare, glimpse, glance, peek, peep, peer, squint, leer, gloat, and ogle". Where more than one person is involved, looking may lead to eye contact between those doing the looking, which raises further implications for the relationship established through that act.

Looking can be characterized as "the action precedent to seeing". Thus, things that are within the range of view, but which are unimportant to the viewer, may be treated by the brain as if they are transparent, by being looked over, past, and around.

A number of troponyms exist to illustrate kinds of looking that are either intentionally or Dom looking done in intense, pronounced, or prolonged ways. At the extreme, rubbernecking is the physical act of craning one's neck, performed in order to get a better view, [15] and has been described as a human trait that is associated with morbid curiosity.

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A number of troponyms exist to illustrate kinds of Dom looking that are either intentionally or unconsciously done in a quick, subtle, or hidden way. Although the two are often confused, a "Dom looking" is more commonly a quick movement of the eye, whereas a glimpse is more often a result of the object being watched quickly moving out of sight. There is "an illegitimacy associated with peeping".

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Peeping "is in close relation to 'Peeking' — one peeps typically at sexual matters and 'peeks' when one wants surreptitiously to know what something is without being seen".

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. StaringGazeand Observation.

A historical journey through English ways of looking at ", in Javier E. Sight, Spectacle, and Scopic Economyp. The Ambient Humanitiesp.

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The Paradox of Contemporary Visual Culturep. In many ways our senses play tricks on us". Gordon, Personalityp.

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