Looking is a basic human activity that involves the intentional fixation of the gaze onto a specific subject. Typically, the act of looking requires one to have eye-sight and implies the psychological interpretation of what is seen, leading to the decision of whether or not to maintain one’s gaze or to look away. In this way, looking is done to obtain information visually, but is also used to convey interest in someone or something, or to communicate another sentiment, as in a non-verbal cue. Among the many nuanced forms of looking, the term also may be used to more specifically denote a search for something in particular, such as when one looks for Waldo, or Wally, in a “Where’s Waldo?” puzzle.
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