Or, you can modify that rule by observing that each work of art generates its own unique rules….
Morsi and his opponent were inside the station, observing the judge do his work.
But, observing the political climate in Washington, it's not that clear at all.
After all, it is only by observing people in mundane situations, that we come to know each other.
observing American politics, attacking the media is usually a sign of weakness and desperation.
Then, observing his stupefaction and the return of doubt to his mind, she hurried on.
observing this, Medea looked round at the nephews, and smiled again.
I did not wish to be presented; I preferred rather the part of observing her, which acquaintance would have prevented.
It was the turn of the mender of roads to say it this time, after observing these operations.
Ramsden's universal theodolite, set up for the purpose of observing transits, excited its share of attention from the curious.
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.