Observer may refer to person who is observing. More specialised meanings follow.
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... The Permanent Observer of Holy See to the United Nations in Geneva is the representative of the Pope and the Catholic Church to the European office of ... Nations — in New York, United States of America — known as the Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations ... The Permanent Observer holds the diplomatic rank of Apostolic Nuncio and the ecclesiastical title of a titular archbishop ...
... The Buchan Observer is a local weekly newspaper based in Peterhead, which serves Peterhead and surrounding Buchan ... Known locally as 'The Buchanie', the Buchan Observer is renowned for its coverage of Peterhead F.C. ...
... used in some competitions of Ultimate The Observer personality type Air observer, an aircrew member of a (usually military) aircraft ...
... The Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations is the representative of the Holy See at the United Nations ... UN as a non-voting delegation with permanent observer state status since 1964, and is one of two states with this status, the other being the State of Palestine ... The Permanent Observer holds the diplomatic rank of Apostolic Nuncio and the ecclesiastical title of a titular archbishop ...
... The Bristol Observer started out as a Kingswood and Keynsham Observer, a weekly paper, but at this time it was a paid for publication ... In 1981 it became the Bristol Observer Series and was distributed free ...
Famous quotes containing the word observer:
“The possibility of interpretation lies in the identity of the observer with the observed. Each material thing has its celestial side; has its translation, through humanity, into the spiritual and necessary sphere, where it plays a part as indestructible as any other.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“I had such a wonderful feeling last night, walking beneath the dark sky while cannon boomed on my right and guns on my left ... the feeling that I could change the world only by being there.”
—Viorica Butnariu, Rumanian student at Bucharest University. letter, Dec. 23, 1989, to American friend. Observer (London, Dec. 31, 1989)
“The importance of its hat to a form becomes
More definite. The sweeping brim of the hat
Makes of the form Most Merciful Capitan,
If the observer says so....”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)