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look (oneself)

To have one's normal appearance of health or wellbeing. (Often used in negative constructions.) Are you feeling all right, Janet? You're not looking yourself today. After a couple days of proper rest, Jim was looking himself again.
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alive/sharp Informal
To act or respond quickly: Look alive! We leave in five minutes.
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Looking Glass is not a defense or program management simulation; however--remarkably--it mirrors the same challenges faced by defense program managers:
Racial dynamics co-mingle with economic imperatives and sexual impulses in the text, creating a chaotic struggle in which the power vested in acts of looking and watching seems the only constant.
Looking back: Steady as ever, Brand has averaged 19.
Looking back: Atkins had the misfortune of being traded from Detroit to Boston at the February deadline, so he missed out on winning a championship with the Pistons.
He said he had enough sweetness just looking at Miss Perkins.
Looking back: Started 69 games last year for the Seattle SuperSonics and averaged 9.
I felt like everyone was looking at me and thinking I was so fat.
Margarita - who was looking to celebrate Marilyn more than to enhance her own job prospects - said she spoke to a psychologist before going under the knife.
Such forward looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other important factors that could cause the actual results, performance or achievements of Covanta and its subsidiaries, or industry results, to differ materially from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements.
Now a man can slip away from the office on Friday to get his eyelids done and return to work on Monday looking well-rested.
Forget terms like fresh and fashion-forward, and think instead about looking earnest and honest, says attorney Laura Russo, who offers these guidelines:
It's like those old spaghetti sauce commercials: No matter what you're looking for ``It's in there.
There's a lot of fun going on with accessories, but if you're looking for that long and lean look, the neckerchief is the item for you because it keeps the eye UP, focused on your face.
6) There's no pillbox hat this time around, but the sleeveless sheath of the '60s is looking oh-so-stylish for fall, especially in a pumpkin-colored knubby wool by Laundry, $170.