watch (oneself)

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watch (oneself)

1. To be very careful in one's actions or speech, so as not to do or say something harmful or offensive. Knowing that Keith's family might not approve of her liberal beliefs, Janet reckoned she ought to watch herself at their barbecue that coming weekend. I'm so used to swearing with my friends that I really have to watch myself when I'm around my brother's kids.
2. imperative Be cautious of danger or possible injury. Watch yourself on the roads tonight, there are always a lot of crazy drivers out on New Year's Eve.
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Perhaps the logistics do not now allow for it but the rained off games wreck the standings entirely.Teams that are enjoying a blue patch suddenly watch themselves being downed while others who are suffering lean patches watch their score and standing mounting for not playing.
As the leaders go about their days, doing leadery things, they will be filmed by the media of course, and they can watch themselves later on the news.
But very few times do players have a chance to watch themselves move in the first movement.
However, it was not clear whether data from Khashoggi's watch could have been transmitted to his phone outside, or how investigators could have retrieved it without obtaining the watch themselves.
In Part I, Oksman, McKinney-Whetstone, and Vines watch themselves and their children process the fear and confusion of reactionary political change.
Donald Trump issues warning to Germany saying 'they'd better watch themselves' as he blamed terror attacks on European immigration
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- US President Donald Trump used a joint press conference with UK Prime Minister Theresa May to excoriate Europe's migrant problem, calling immigration "very negative" and saying that Europeans "better watch themselves".
'Our youth in general and young cricketers in particular should have been provided with an opportunity to watch themselves the game and see world class players on the field,' said the Sindh Minister for Information.
But if another team wants to knock them out because of their strength (similarly to how Seth and Olive were taken down), they may need to watch themselves in the next leg. 
"It will enable athletes to watch themselves and get feedback online from coaches or trainers and skilled athletes can pinpoint their problems and get an accurate advice on how to overcome their weaknesses."
The films would be shown in a local hall and people would pay to watch themselves on screen, in an era when commercial cinema was still in its infancy.
"Most players watch themselves. I try to see all five to see where everyone's going and watch the body language."
I hope the singers get to watch themselves on replay, so they'll know what the audience is feeling!
The brothers decided to break out on their own to create a film they would want to watch themselves and came up with the idea for the Pure Bloodlines trilogy, which they have built up from scratch.