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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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Moore and Ask were headed by Youmzain late on before fighting back and then holding off the fast-finishing Look Here.
TWELVE months ago Look Here headed to Epsom on the first Friday in June to take her chance in the Oaks with just three fillies rated less likely to win the race than her.
The Ralph Beckett-trained Look Here, last seen out when third in the St Leger, was trimmed to 4-1 (from 5) by Victor Chandler, who make Youmzain 2-1 favourite and have Yorkshire Cup winner Ask third best at 6-1.
For Look Here, who has not raced since finishing third to Conduit in the Ladbrokes St Leger, the Coronation Cup will provide an examination that Beckett - whose leading light is quoted by Ladbrokes at 5-1 - believes could be informative and rewarding.
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.
His Kayah had the same credentials before making the step up from maiden company to take this prize in 2007, as did Look Here, who was beaten after having to race wide 12 months ago but who showed her trainer knew what he was doing by winning the Oaks next time out.