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Furthermore, with the exception of one study (Thalbourne & Evans, 1992), there have been no distinctions drawn between the experience of the role of the starer (i.e., staring at someone remotely and watching the person turn around) and the role of the staree (i.e., feeling the remote stare of another and turning around) in order to see if one role is experienced more frequently than the other.
Many of these long-established organizations more recently have undertaken initiatives to compete with public rein starers for overseas business, as their own domestic reinsurance markets have been opened to foreign competitors.
The costs of environmental protection are affecting and have affected enterprises' income starers and balance sheets, but since these costs are not segregated from other operating and capital costs, there is no way for the public to know precisely how adequately the enterprise is fulfilling its responsibility for environmental protection.
For starers, Callum had the peshwari murg tikka for pounds 5.95 - chicken pieces marinated in punjabi spices and barbecued in the tandoor.
Brooks says few blue starers "could name even five NASCAR drivers"; but as reporter Sasha Issenberg noted in Philadelphia magazine, three of the five top markets for the Winston Cup are in blue states.
These "starers" who did not themselves pity their object of transference (Darnay), "were touched by her" whispering to each other, "'Who are they?'" (II.2.67).
Smith," William Byrd the Virginian connected James Blair's Virginia "oglers" with the English "starers" and "peepers" of the Spectator.
And DeLay has no intention of extending a helping hand to Blue Starers.
We can all remember the loiterers and loungers, the vulgar starers, the gaping idlers, we used to meet there ...
Free Starers are determined to work within the political system to reduce the size and scope of government.
A similar fate for the Free Starers seems likely-perhaps--some significant moves in tax and service cutting in New Hampshire, but a fully libertarian society stillborn under the watchful eye of federal tyranny.