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Survey, subst. 1) sight, look: “whose beauty did astonish the s. of richest eyes,” All's V, 3, 16. “time, that takes s. of all the world,” H4A V, 4, 82.
2) inspection, examination: I leave it to your honorable s. Ven. Ded. H4A V, 4, 82 “make but an interior s. of your good selves,” Cor. II, 1, 44. “lest the people, and patricians too, upon a just s., take Titus' part,” Tit. I, 446.
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