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Look through

Definitions

  • LOOKING THROUGH A CREVICE OF THE ENCHANTED MESA
    LOOKING THROUGH A CREVICE OF THE ENCHANTED MESA
  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Look through to penetrate with the eye or the understanding
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Additional illustrations & photos:

A man on a ladder looks through a roof opening A man on a ladder looks through a roof opening

Quotations

  • Sir John Eliot
    Sir John Eliot
    “We must not sit still and look for miracles; up and doing, and the Lord will be with thee. Prayer and pains, through faith in Christ Jesus, will do anything.”
  • Source Unknown
    Source Unknown
    “Bad weather always looks worse through a window.”
  • Source Unknown
    Source Unknown
    “An atheist is a man who looks through a telescope and tries to explain all that he can't see.”
  • Marlene Blaszczyk
    Marlene Blaszczyk
    “Look through your customer's eyes. Are you the solution provider or part of the problem?”
  • Daniel R. Scroggin
    Daniel R. Scroggin
    “The only way to know how customers see your business is to look at it through their eyes.”
  • Jean Kerr
    Jean Kerr
    “Being divorced is like being hit by a Mack truck. If you live through it, you start looking very carefully to the right and to the left.”

Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
A.S. lócian, to look.

Usage

In literature:

It was as if she looked through the eyes of her husband into the heart of her son.
"Far to Seek" by Maud Diver
Cora had looked through the applications and didn't feel too hopeful about any of 'em.
"The Torch and Other Tales" by Eden Phillpotts
The third impression came the next day when I looked through the papers for accounts of what had been said and of what it stood for.
"Crowds" by Gerald Stanley Lee
I took a farewell of the author of the "Solar System," but not until I had taken a look through the great telescope in the observatory.
"Three Years in Europe" by William Wells Brown
With the other he held up the monster key like an eyeglass before his eye, and through it he regarded his brother with a knowing look.
"Garman and Worse" by Alexander Lange Kielland
As soon as they were seated in the screened choir, Salome looked through the screen, to see if the English priest was at the altar.
"The Lost Lady of Lone" by E.D.E.N. Southworth
The grating was too high for a man to look through it from outside.
"Marietta" by F. Marion Crawford
She could not see who they were and what they were doing, for all things looked as if she saw them through flowing water.
"The Judge" by Rebecca West
He also looked for a moment closely into Dot's face, then very quietly he took her cold hand from Jack and drew it through his arm.
"The Odds" by Ethel M. Dell
Hillyard looked through the doorway and saw a curious scene.
"The Summons" by A.E.W. Mason
It was a fair morning yesterday, cool after rain, the thin clouds sometimes letting the sun look through.
"Ladysmith" by H. W. Nevinson
The tax-gatherer looked through the window, and bade his wife undo the barrier.
"I.N.R.I." by Peter Rosegger
There was a queer new look in them, a strange new feeling creeping through her veins.
"The Black Box" by E. Phillips Oppenheim
One of the players rose with the cards in his hands and began to look through the window.
"The Awakening" by Leo Nikoleyevich Tolstoy
Mrs. Armine got quickly out of the carriage, passed the horses, and stood looking through the gate.
"Bella Donna" by Robert Hichens
Amyas leaped into the mizzen rigging and looked through the smoke.
"Great Sea Stories" by Various
Fanutza sat listlessly on her chair and looked through the window.
"The Best Short Stories of 1921 and the Yearbook of the American Short Story" by Various
Sentries came out and looked through our passes again.
"A Journal From Our Legation in Belgium" by Hugh Gibson
Let him look through it again.
"Robert Elsmere" by Mrs. Humphry Ward
There was quite a big piece gone from one of the boards, and as I looked through that I could see a face.
"Roy Blakeley's Bee-line Hike" by Percy Keese Fitzhugh
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In poetry:

Too short to bear the happiness
That bounded through the day,
That made the look of apple-blooms,
And you, and me, and May!
"Apple-Blossoms" by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward
O, God, look down in gracious love,
And, for my pray'rs and tears,
Oh! guide and bless that gentle maid,
Through all the coming years.
"Farewell" by Thomas Frederick Young
Though through the brown leaves straying,
Our lives seemed gone a-Maying;
We knew not Love was with us there,
No look nor tone betraying.
"Lese-Amour" by John Hay
The cavernous woods are dumb!
Through their oracular depths and secret nooks,
To the mute supplication of her looks
No mystic voices come
"The Death of Autumn" by Kate Seymour Maclean
The narrow room had vanished,--space,
Broad, luminous, remained alone,
Through which all hues and shapes of grace
And beauty looked or shone.
"Raphael" by John Greenleaf Whittier
Look to Jesus—sufferings gather
Round Him, piercing through and through:
Hear Him—"O forgive them, Father,
For they know not what they do!"
"Forgiveness" by John Bowring

In news:

Today's "Dear WBLK" dilema deals with a man who needs your advice regarding his girlfriend looking through his phone.
Schools don't need to look through cell phones.
In prepa­ra­tion, I've been look­ing through my recipe files to find my mom's favorite menu items.
Palestinian schoolboys look through a hole at their damaged school in Gaza City on Saturday, November 24.
James Haldeman looks through a stack of records at Absolute Vinyl & Stereo.
We look forward to working with Alan Wong and his team to grow the business geographically, through product line and end market expansion, and through strateg...
I look through my various notebooks and journals for clues.
A woman looks through debris of a house that was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy in Union Beach, New Jersey ( ERIC THAYER Reuters, REUTERS / November 13, 2012 ).
We'll look through it and see what we can learn about stuff that's been forgotten over the last 35 years.
I believe I've pondered this issue before, but I was reminded to ponder it again while looking through the curious old ads in the back pages of a Memphis University School yearbook from the late 1920s.
Rene Leigey, left, and Linda Leedy, right, look through folk art during the Bellefonte Arts & Crafts Fair, August 19, 2011.
Sure I know where Poland and France are, but in looking through an atlas I remind myself which river runs through Moscow, or I see precisely where some minor city is located.
Jon Weiand/Sentinel Bob Slawinski, second from right, helps a visitor as others look through the collection of Asian antiques of George Ow Saturday at Slawinsky Auction Company in Scotts Valley.
The 36-year-old man reportedly made himself comfortable in a Catherine Street home and looked through the fridge's freezer, forgetting to close it, as well as rifling through bedrooms before taking his nap.
Looking through this 'other end of the spectrum' view can help frame the crumbling foundation of a demographic-based notion of digital engagement.
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In science:

WIMPs can be looked for either directly or indirectly through its byproducts.
Direct detection of WIMPs with conventional (non-cryogenic) detectors. Experimental review
Looking through the past two decades, it is fair to say that significant progress has been made and that it has been predominantly through the analysis of these high energy data that we have learnt what we know about light dripline nuclei.
Reaction models to probe the structure of light exotic nuclei
Cuts through this dendrogram at different levels give divisions of the network into larger or smaller numbers of communities and, as with the GN algorithm, we can select the best cut by looking for the maximal value of Q.
Fast algorithm for detecting community structure in networks
In practice, the parameters α and β are often unknown, so that it becomes necessary and/or useful to look through a discrete set.
Networks of Polynomial Pieces with Application to the Analysis of Point Clouds and Images
However, the programme also has the option for scanning through a given interval in s2 to look for changes of sign of D, possibly iterating for the eigenfrequency at each change of sign.
ADIPLS -- the Aarhus adiabatic oscillation package
The other instrument, called the ”bay en imy unut,” or palm rib, had a V-shaped slot cut in the wider end through which the priest in charge of the hours looked to fix the star.
Senenmut: An Ancient Egyptian Astronomer
In the first experiment looking for Feshbach molecules formed from fermionic atoms (40K), the lifetime of the dimers created through magnetic sweep turned out to be short (≈1 ms) .
Formation and interactions of cold and ultracold molecules: new challenges for interdisciplinary physics
On the face of it, the determination of Rpn (0) through the measurement of the two fast protons from the p(d, pp)n reaction in a bubble chamber looks like a very hard way to obtain a result .
Review of quasi-elastic charge-exchange data in the nucleon-deuteron breakup reaction
It might look plausible to expect that if a pro-open immersion i : U → X factors through a finite type morphism f : Y → X so that the morphism j : U → Y is schematically dominant then there exists an open neighborhood of j (|U |) such that the restriction of f to it is an open immersion.
Pr\"ufer algebraic spaces
If we take a look at (3.1), we see the integral element η travels through the interval [a, t)T ⊂ [a, b]T, which means Ω(b, a) could be defined to be {(t, s) ∈ T × T : b ≥ t > s ≥ a}.
Basics of Volterra integral equations on time scales
There were two main parts to the competition: Problem 1 was essentially designed to see whether the methods could cope with the ”look-elsewhere” effect, the issue of searching through a mass spectrum for a possible signal.
Solution to Banff 2 Challenge Based on Likelihood Ratio Test
From this respect, it is more promising to probe inflation through CMB and gravitational waves, and look for cosmological relics from the early universe such as dark matter, gravitational wave background and cosmic strings, directly or indirectly.
Axiverse and Black Hole
We look at information theoretic models of wireless networks, concentrating on the interference network, where many transmitter–receiver pairs want to communicate through the same medium.
Interference Mitigation in Large Random Wireless Networks
Hoerman and Nowicke looked through a number of papers, which deal with the so-called Ortega Hypothesis of Cole and Cole.
Theory of citing
Possible ways of overcoming the apparent contradiction of phase dependent variations through the production of deviations from spherical symmetry of the winds, are looked at and order of magnitude estimates are made for different theoretical scenarios, which might produce such deviations.
Do novae have optically thick winds during outburst with large deviations from spherical symmetry?
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