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Inobservation In*ob`ser*va"tion, n. [Cf. F. inobservation.]
Neglect or want of observation. [R.]
Malobservation Mal*ob`ser*va"tion, n. [Mal- + observation.]
Erroneous observation. --J. S Mill.
Observation car Ob`ser*va"tion car
A railway passenger car made so as to facilitate seeing the
scenery en route; a car open, or with glass sides, or with a
kind of open balcony at the rear.
Observational Ob`ser*va"tion*al, a.
Of a pertaining to observation; consisting of, or containing,
Meaning of Observation from wikipedia
is the active acquisition
from a primary
source. In living
beings, observation employs
the senses. In science, observation
- Play media
platform, or viewing platform
is an elevated sightseeing platform usually situated
upon a tall architectural...
- An observation
post (commonly abbreviated
or fixed, is a position
from which soldiers
can watch enemy
movements, to warn of approaching...
- statistics, a unit of observation
is the unit described
by the data that one analyzes. A study
may treat groups
as a unit of observation
with a country
is a United Kingdom social research
the name of an organisation which
ran from 1937 to the mid-1960s, and was revived...
- An observation tower
is a structure
used to view events
from a long distance
and to create
a full 360 degree range
and ****imilating the knowledge
of a phenomenon
into a framework
of previous knowledge
and ideas. Observation
may also refer
- Parti****nt observation
is one type of data collection method
by practitioner-scholars typically
used in qualitative research
and ethnography. This type...
- Medical observation
is a medical service aimed
care of selected
for a period
of 6 to 24 (sometimes more) hours, to determine...
1566 celestial phenomenon
José Bonilla observation
(1897) 20th century
(1942) Kenneth Arnold