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an act or instance of noticing or perceiving.
an act or instance of regarding attentively or watching.
the faculty or habit of observing or noticing.
to escape a person’s observation.
an act or instance of viewing or noting a fact or occurrence for some scientific or other special purpose:
the observation of blood pressure under stress.
the information or record secured by such an act.
something that is learned in the course of observing things:
My observation is that such clouds mean a storm.
a remark, comment, or statement based on what one has noticed or observed.
the condition of being observed.

the measurement of the altitude or azimuth of a heavenly body for navigational purposes.
the information obtained by such a measurement.

Obsolete. observance, as of the law.
the act of observing or the state of being observed
a comment or remark
detailed examination of phenomena prior to analysis, diagnosis, or interpretation: the patient was under observation
the facts learned from observing
an obsolete word for observance

a sight taken with an instrument to determine the position of an observer relative to that of a given heavenly body
the data so taken


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