Observation in a sentence as a noun

Not claiming that one is better or worse than the other, just making an observation about how it is practiced.

Perhaps careful timing observation, which the NSA is well positioned to do, could give more of an edge than we suspect.

It's an observation born out of intense personal frustration, of course, at having seen the same patterns over and over again.

" He goes on to say that he "enjoy[s] a reputation of being someone of intense understanding and observation with a keen strategic instinct.

Historical observation cannot be a good guide when circumstances changed radically.> Now let us look at bitcoins.

If so, then I would venture this observation: Your friend's super-secret diary is meaningless to you only because you have no desire to abuse the access you've been given.

The troubling aspect of Glass is that it introduces an asymmetry that I feel is to my disadvantage: if someone observes me with Glass, access to that observation is potentially unbounded.

"Higgs's observation suggests that the systematic stamping out of non-conscientious non-conformists is a byproduct of over-scheduling them.

It's not culturally unique.> Urban LandscapeThis has some research to back it up - Nisbett, Masuda, Shah, othersOther claims also read as casual inductive observations that don't hold up to much scrutiny.

I am not an expert, this is my opinion based on casual observation and some experience with the death-roll that one encounters in maintaining a wifi-based Linux machine, but the 'reason for this', for those asking, or "why is this needed?

It also fits with Warren Buffett's observation that "When a management with a reputation for brilliance tackles a business with a reputation for bad economics, it is the reputation of the business that remains intact.

Observation definitions


the act of making and recording a measurement


the act of observing; taking a patient look

See also: observance watching


a remark expressing careful consideration

See also: reflection reflexion


facts learned by observing; "he reported his observations to the mayor"


the act of noticing or paying attention; "he escaped the notice of the police"

See also: notice observance