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    #1

    gaze or gazing

    So in both cultures eye communication is important and used in daily interactions to monitor feedback of the listener, but on the other hand there are some differences in the way of gaze.

    Is this correct sentence and correct usage of gaze?

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    Re: gaze or gazing

    It sounds a bit strange to me- how about something like 'some differences in the use of eye contact'?

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