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They Stare at you.
It depends on your personality. It may be better to stare back.
Stare is present tense. The past tense is stared, and the future tense is will stare.
"Stare" is a present tense verb.
My mom says it is not polite to stare.
this can stop you from doing certain tasks until it is fixed so it is a negative for essential business.
being blind from other cars
Stare means "Look at with fixed eyes" Example sentences are: The students stared at the teacher with amazement. Do not stare at me.
cold , icy sight
AUTOROTATION is only for Rotary Wing aircraft...not fixed wing
negative effect negative effect
Gaze is more positive than "stare" or "ogle".
Another way to say, to look with a fixed glaze is to stare. You could also say to look intently.
the fixed cost can be negative if and only if the basis of calculating the fixed cost is not realistic or representative such as the high low method that relies on extreme values only to ascertain the fixed and variable cost.
Negative effect on the brain.
A negative effect of evaporation is that the liquid turns into gas.
There are a few definitions for stare. One, to look fixedly with open eyes. Another is to have an effect on. A third is to be forcefully apparent or evident.