The American remains in hospital for observation, but both plan to reunite soon with their families.
An observation sometimes made about Summers is that he is lacking in people skills.
Barack Obama was not the first Liberal to make this observation.
Or are they, too, often about injustice and disrespect?James Alan Fox: Great question (and observation).
The first airplanes in combat were meant to be used only for observation, but they soon acquired guns and bombs.
The observation made by the host in reply rather astonished him.
My field of observation has been at home, here in America; but it has been the same in France.
There was a yearly average of admissions of 3938; so that he had a good field for observation.
By observation, the elevation of this encampment is 2,250 feet.
As far as her opportunities of observation went, Barbara had judged pretty correctly.
late 14c., "performance of a religious rite," from Latin observationem (nominative observatio) "a watching over, observance, investigation," noun of action from past participle stem of observare (see observe). Sense of "act or fact of paying attention" is from 1550s. Meaning "a remark in reference to something observed" first recorded 1590s.