Definition of viewing
: an act of seeing, watching, or taking a look; especially : an instance or the practice of watching television
Recent Examples of viewing from the Web
The herd at a former World War II Army weapons depot in upstate New York will be available for public viewing through bus tours slated to begin in the fall.
Binoculars are a simple and inexpensive alternative to telescopes for surveying the night sky, and a pair that's safe for solar viewing are also a great option for observing the sun (during an eclipse or otherwise).
Now, all of this is qualified with the well-intentioned hope that none of the viewing spots used by us and others through the years constitutes trespassing of any kind.
A VIP pass will be $424.50 and includes the above plus bathrooms, special viewing areas, free access to the Bourbon Lodge, and more.
Campers staying during the fireflies event are welcome to walk over to the viewing site.
Netflix in the meantime has evolved into this international channel and people’s viewing habits were changing like crazy and watching regular TV less.
Alec Baldwin and David Letterman explain why this David Lean adaptation of a Noël Coward play — starring Celia Johnson and Trevor Howard as married strangers who meet in a train station and fall in love — is required viewing.
The previous generation of American Jews often picked funeral practices foreign to Judaism — stately caskets, flowers, sometimes even viewings of the body.
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