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look upon

v.
To regard someone or something in a certain way: The parents looked upon their children as their pride and joy.
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I look upon my secret garden Noon begins to fall Everything still bright and happy And the gnomes still on the wall.
As Christian philosopher Luigi Civardi observes: "The Christian ruler must look upon his subject not as a servant, but as a brother, having the same rights before God, their common Father.
At a time when even our women's teams are working on the weights, we have to wonder what possesses the ancient mariners who still look upon our strength savants as professional weight-lifters and sit around waiting for the round mounds of flab like Babe Ruth and Fats Henry to come out of the woodwork and vindicate their theories about "genetic endowments" and "muscle binding.
For example, he once received an essay on a "dull African safari" that ridiculed a trip many of us would look upon as a great opportunity.
This government-advocated drive was most pronounced in Korea but was also prevalent in other Asian economies as governments continue to look upon developing technology usage as a means of sustained economic recovery.
In Nurnberg he challenges his compatriots (but not only them) to look upon their past without idealism.
If the author of this study is a feminist Shakespearean who had reason during the 1980s to look upon the New Historicism without the aid of admiration, The Body Embarrassed is a rich response that addresses topics which new historicist critics have been slow to take up - and does so, ironically, by employing reading practices deeply influenced by such critics as Stephen Greenblatt and Louis Montrose.
Upon seeing how it has been played out, then shall the heathen all at once stop their raging and look upon the world as if for the first time, words of compassion spilling from their lips, each sprouting a flower, while animated butterflies shall flutter to Salt 'n Pepa over credits listing the truly righteous, albeit too quickly to read.
I look upon the development in China as a confirmation of our strong local position," says Lars Renstrom, President and CEO of Alfa Laval Group.
Citizens have a duty to look upon the state and army.
Theologians began to look upon themselves as the true knowledgeable experts in the faith and therefore no longer subordinate to the shepherds, i.
I don't look upon it as a sign of disrespect and Sam has a job to do," said Little.
We must not look upon this as the Governments just liking to be English.
I still look upon Glan-llyn as the place where I spent the best weeks of my teenage life,and I must say it was a worthwhile experience.
As external authorities are suspect, Hannah must develop her own conscience, with her catechism as her only guide: "We should honor in our neighbor the image of God and look upon him as our equal and brother.