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Listen closely. Often used as a way to emphasize one's authority over the person one is speaking to. Look here, sonny, I've been doing this since before you were born.
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look here

a phrase emphasizing the point that follows. (Can show some impatience.) Henry: Look here, I want to try to help you, but you're not making it easy for me. Rachel: I'm just so upset. Andy: Look here, I just asked you a simple question! Bob: As I told you in the beginning, there are no simple answers.
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ˌlook ˈhere!

(old-fashioned) used when you are going to say something important to somebody and you are annoyed or angry: Look here, I’ve been waiting to be served for half an hour. The service here is terrible.Look here, I paid a lot of money for this car. I certainly didn’t expect it to break down after a month.
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Both Richard Hills on Youmzain - "he got there and he stopped, then he went again just after the line" - and Seb Sanders on Look Here felt they had headed the winner.
Ask (right), Youmzain (centre) and Look Here (nearest) fight out a thrilling finish of noses won by Ryan Moore's mount
Look Here will bid to become the first Oaks winner to triumph in the Coronation Cup since 1984
The trainer, who revealed that Look Here worked well yesterday, said: "The beauty of the race is that we know she goes around Epsom and that the race should suit her.
Investec Coronation Cup Ladbrokes: 5-2 Youmzain, 5 Ask, Look Here, 7 Casual Conquest, 8 Doctor Fremantle, Frozen Fire, 10 Duncan, 12 Buccellati.
Look Here finished second in this race before winning the Oaks, while Henry Cecil's Ramruma in 1999 was the last filly to win this and the fillies' Classic.