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look-see

A very brief look, glance, or examination. A: "Is there any more of that cake left in the fridge?" B: "I'll go have a look-see!" I heard you're having some engine trouble—mind if I take a look-see?

*look-see

Rur. a look at someone or something; a peek. (*Typically: get ~; have ~; give someone ~; take~.) A: Do you think they have finished painting your office yet? B: Let's go down there and take a look-see.
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It's all interesting and vital stuff - anyone hoping to make it in the industry, or even those curious about how things work, should give it a looksee. Meanwhile, the festival - which runs from May 31-June 1 at the T13 - has announced the splits.
$27,846 for Nipissing District Developmental Screen to hire a parent education and training intern to educate parents about the Looksee Checklist, a developmental checklist for infants and children up to age six.
LookSee Labs of Oakland, Calif., uses its flexible Eyecatcher bracelet to display not only art but information like emails, transit schedules, stock and weather reports, and even barcodes for quick payment or boarding flights.
In fact, its technology is vital to the wearable bracelets by Liber8 and LookSee, both of which obtain their displays from FlexEnable spinoff Plastic Logic in Dresden, Germany.
The LookSee Build NZ campaign aims to attract more than 56,000 construction professionals to New Zealand, 2,200 of whom will occupy senior roles.
Applicants willing to relocate to the country can start by sending their application online at LookSee Wellington's website and creating a profile.
So all in all, the Insight people deserve a job well done nod and a looksee by you if you're in the need of a weapons or handheld light.
But aa gan and have a looksee and there's nee where selling Broon.
Jenner, in his inquisitiveness, turned up for a looksee and more or less all he saw was the yellow card that Nick Williams, the referee, brandished at him.
I confessed I'd finally climbed down from the stand and walked over to take a looksee. I explain I found a great looking spot where another wooded ravine juts out of a timbered tract.
So I stuck on my stetson and moseyed down to have a looksee as these modern range roamers walked the streets, spurs jangling, all wearing checked shirts and giving their lassoos laldy as well!
Hill, builder of the Great Northern Railway, he went west for a looksee at these great forests Hill kept talking about.
The band have built up an international reputation as one of the classier of their kind so should be worth a looksee - and with Johnny's big night out disco on after with Johnny Hero, what more could you want.
The transfer takes place after a series of social preparations and looksee visits to target shelters.
He had just done a concert tour of Micronesia when his friend and Manila guide Peter Kellogg asked if he wanted a looksee of what's happening in nearby Manila.