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STARESpace-Based Telescopes for Actionable Refinement of Ephemeris (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Livermore, CA)
STAREScandinavian Twin Auroral Radar Experiment (radar stations; Norway and Finland)
STARESouthern Tropical Atlantic Regional Experiment
STARESurvey for Transient Astronomical Radio Emission
STARESurveillance Technology Advancement & Replacement for Ebsicons
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His level stare deflected gradually downwards, left my face, and rested at last on the ground at his feet.
I stared at him, and I must say that he returned my stare without winking for quite a considerable time.
It came with this precious prophet, or whatever he calls himself, who taught her to stare at the hot sun with the naked eye.
"She stares at me so that she makes me feel queer."
Accordingly, participants were exposed to four different conditions: (a) conventional face processing, (b) a remote stare, (c) both face and remote stare processing together, and (d) no stimulus as a control condition.
The 22-year-old quick, who has resumed training with the Test squad, is set to stare down fans outside Gate 3 on Wednesday, reports.
Later, sitting in the bath, he said to his mum: "You know, if I try and out stare the window, the window will win."
Hosted on a Twin Otter aircraft, the Vigilant Stare system is derived from a US Air Force operationally-proven system.
The Men Who Stare At Goats is a scatter-brained road movie in the company of another hilarious misfit from Clooney's ever-expanding repertoire.