see for (oneself)

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see for (oneself)

To see or experience something firsthand as a means of proving to oneself that it is true or accurate. A: "Restarting the computer didn't fix the issue?" B: "See for yourself! It just keeps getting stuck." I couldn't believe that his car could actually park automatically, so I had to go over and see for myself.
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ˌsee for yourˈself

see or experience something yourself so that you will believe it is true: Don’t you believe she’s here? Well, come in and see for yourself.
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References in classic literature ?
I declare that I took the book in my hand, and saw these words written in it, 'When the full moon shines on Saint Anthony's Well.' Not more than three hours have passed since that time; and, see for yourself, not a vestige of the writing remains."
Because the company omitted from its New York season in early fall a widely anticipated sampling of the Ashton celebration it had earlier mounted, I ventured to the Yorkshire town of Bradford to see for myself these two programs that had proved the talk of the British ballet world.
We decided to see for ourselves what--if anything--the research.
Also, the task of the central "character" in Seeing for Oneself is to free herself from the "legacy" of representations that have brought her close to death--to "see for herself." For Coleman, the formulaic structures of language constrain thought, limiting the self's potential to transform itself and the world.
That is obviously going to create a major player in NYC and I am wondering what type of impact you see for your firm or just for the market itself.