Viewing

  • (noun): A vigil held over a corpse the night before burial.
    Synonyms: wake
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Some articles on viewing:

Spahats Creek Falls - Trails
... The main trail from the parking lot to the falls viewing platform takes about 5 mins to walk ... A scenic trail starts at the viewing platform and goes north along the rim of Granite Canyon ... of Spahats Falls is a strenuous scramble that starts at the viewing platform and quickly descends 300 m ...
Born Rich (TV Series) - Reception
... While Beyond the Realm of Conscience regularly drew viewing shares of over 90%, Born Rich only drew viewing shares of around 80%, with only the final two weeks of episodes drawing over 90 ...
List Of Gumby Episodes - Home Video Availability - Digital
... Most of them were first made available for free viewing on AOL's In2TV, while later a select few became available on YouTube ... no longer offers Gumby episodes for free viewing, and YouTube only officially carries the Christmas episodes (not counting unauthorized uploads by various users), while Amazon still carries the 35 restored. 2010, Hulu added the complete 1988 "Gumby Adventures" series to their site for free viewing ...
Social Viewing
... Social viewing describes a recently developed practice revolving around the ability for multiple users to aggregate from multiple sources and view online videos together in a synchronized ... messaging or communication to facilitate discussion pertaining to the common viewing experience ... which provide similar functionality include Oortle (Photophlow), SeeToo and development of social viewing for existing portals such as Yahoo have recently been announced ...

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Famous quotes containing the word viewing:

    Hereditary property sophisticates the mind, and the unfortunate victims to it ... swathed from their birth, seldom exert the locomotive faculty of body or mind; and, thus viewing every thing through one medium, and that a false one, they are unable to discern in what true merit and happiness consist.
    Mary Wollstonecraft (1759–1797)

    A lover is never a completely self-reliant person viewing the world through his own eyes, but a hostage to a certain delusion. He becomes a perjurer, all his thoughts and emotions being directed with reference, not to an accurate and just appraisal of the real world but rather to the safety and exaltation of his loved one, and the madness with which he pursues her, transmogrifying his attention, blinds him like a victim.
    Alexander Theroux (b. 1940)

    The happiest youth, viewing his progress through,
    What perils past, what crosses to ensue,
    Would shut the book, and sit him down and die.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)