On-looking

Related to On-looking: looking glass, Looking Backward

On´-look`ing


a.1.Looking on or forward.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Scrum-half Efan Jones, on trial from RGC 1404, marked his debut in a Scarlets shirt with a hat-trick of tries and will no doubt have impressed on-looking coach Brad Mooar.
'I am so thrilled about this opportunity to be back in the studio celebrating something we can all agree on-looking and feeling our best,' said Gorga who said she had some nips and tucks.
Dr Amoah is concerned about Ghana's continuous on-looking of the importation of over-aged vehicles, because, aside having a serious impact on the environment they also have harmful health implications on humans.
After another emphatic win -- viewed by the on-looking Iiconics as they provided commentary, Paige announced that her new team would be known as the Kabuki Warriors going forward.
The on-looking crowd fell silent as Shana Featonby stepped up to inject the ball for arguably the most important penalty corner routine this season.
Both sets of fans joined forces in a round of applause in the eighth minute and Pack's firsthalf rocket, which opened the scoring in the 36th minute, was a fitting tribute to the young City fan and his on-looking family.
Etheridge will have certainly pleased the on-looking Warnock as the ex-Walsall man guarded the City net in assured fashion.
Thousands of on-looking students witnessed and enjoyed the spirit of 'One World'.
It must be every fighters dream to be able to produce such an impressive display in front of their adoring home supporters, and Kooheji realized this dream on Friday night at Khalifa Sports City in front of an audience he knew well, and of course, the on-looking HH Shaikh Khalid bin Hamad Al Khalifa and his sibling HH Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa.
What conclusion can on-looking Newcastle fans come to than the players dumped this club in the mire and then, realising the danger, went about getting them out of it.
The pop-up garden toured most of the Greater Beirut and visited areas including Hamra, Verdun and Jnah, as well as Achrafieh, Mar Mkhayel, Gemmayze and Dbayeh.Spectators were amazed at the size of the moving garden and the vibrant array of plants and flowers used.Azadea Foundation volunteers also participated by distributing flowers to passer-bys, while a variety of entertainment acts, such as mimes, clowns and other circus acts,and different kinds of dancers,entertained the on-looking crowd.