Media will not be allowed to observe the speech, which will be her first paid lecture since leaving office.
Unlike me, Omar has no comfortable distance to observe the fate of Iraq; his own life is constantly at risk.
The family has invited J-PAC to observe the process but has opted not to give the remains to the agency to examine independently.
“You see, but you do not observe,” remarked Sherlock Holmes to Dr. Watson, and so my father might have said to us.
And, in the coming year, we are about to observe the 100th anniversary of the First World War.
You will observe that the luster of his high ideals was already dimming.
observe, however, that the Skupština in Nikita's time was for union with Serbia.
And he that is bound to observe the lesse must keepe the greater commaundement.
The work was in progress while I was there, and I observe that it has since been completed.
The tragic motive is thus, we observe, deprived of its point.
late 14c., "to hold to" (a manner of life or course of conduct), from Old French observer, osserver "to observe, watch over, follow" (10c.), from Latin observare "watch over, note, heed, look to, attend to, guard, regard, comply with," from ob "over" (see ob-) + servare "to watch, keep safe," from PIE root *ser- "to protect." Meaning "to attend to in practice, to keep, follow" is attested from late 14c. Sense of "watch, perceive, notice" is 1560s, via notion of "see and note omens." Meaning "to say by way of remark" is from c.1600. Related: Observed; observing.