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1, His dazed eyes stare at the eels, which still writhe and entwine.
2, It's impolite to stare at a girl.
3, It isn't good manners to stare at people.
4, It's rude to stare at other people.
5, Don't stare at people like that, it's rude.
6, She could only stare at him with pain in her eyes.
7, It's bad manners to stare at people.
8, It's not good manners to stare at people.
9, Don't stare at me.
10, It's not polite to stare at a girl in the face.
11, Everyone in the room turned to stare at her.
12, Romanov waved his hand as he continued to stare at the pre-war(Sentencedict.com), faded photograph of the two men.
13, He wanted to stare at a free sky.
14, I stare at them and see her beautiful body, her long, slender neck and arms.
15, You can only stare at seemingly tame Dada graphics in nice little glass cabinets.
16, The reserve is so quiet that the animals stare at the monorail intently, making some visitors wonder who is on display.
17, She paused to stare at a wooden gate swinging crazily on its hinges.
18, They stop, Annie and the woman, and just stare at me.
19, I turn to stare at it, and the driver stares at me.
20, I looked round thinking everyone would stare at me, but to my relief no one showed the slightest interest.
21, They Survey the huddled women briefly, then Stare at the orphan girls.
22, The speaker broke off,[http://sentencedict.com/stare at.html] turning to stare at her as she stood in the doorway.
23, She turned to stare at him and saw that he was smiling - a twisted smile that made her colour rise quickly.
24, Chris could only stare at the slowly moving ship.
25, The two men stare at her, uncomprehending, rendered docile by her gibberish.
26, There was a silence as the women turned with one accord to stare at Doreen.
27, You are horrified, you can not think straight, as you stare at the broken body.
28, Alyssia refused to give in to any urge to stare at Piers, though she was sorely tempted.
29, The situation escalates as you pick up your favorite newspaper and stare at the headline.
30, You're not in prison - you don't have to stare at the walls.