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In general, an observer is any system which receives information from an object. Look up system in Wiktionary, the free dictionary For the Macintosh operating system, which was called System up to version 7. ... Info redirects here; for other uses, see . ... WordNet gives four main senses for the English noun object: a physical entity; something that is within the grasp of the senses; an aim, target or objective — see Object (task); a grammatical Object — either a direct object or an indirect object the focus of cognitions or feelings. ...


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Observer Blog (1658 words)
Observer columnist, Will Hutton, will select questions to put to him tomorrow morning, so we need them by 7pm tonight at the latest.
Anna was already a legend wherever journalists met to praise the bravest and the best for her coverage of Chechnya.
The next Observer Music Monthly has been taken over by Jarvis Cocker, the erstwhile singer with Pulp who's been causing a stir in the music industry before the imminent release of his fabulous debut solo album, Jarvis.
The Observer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (445 words)
The Observer is a United Kingdom newspaper published on Sundays.
On 27 February 2005 The Observer Blog [1] was launched, making The Observer the first newspaper to purposely document its own internal decisions, as well as the first newspaper to podcast.
The Observer followed its daily partner The Guardian in converting to 'Berliner' format on Sunday 8 January 2006 [2].
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