Perhaps the only negative thing to come out of that story is the perception that Adams owes his career to Lopez.
America is seen in South Asia as a power in decline, a perception fueled by the Afghan War.
The perception that race is not a major issue in Ferguson appears to be common—at least among whites.
Another interesting issue deals with certain cultures' perception of beauty.
Instead, the perception was that they would attempt to outdo each other in the public eye.
Suppose it to have only one perception, as of thirst or hunger.
This lack of perception, this incapacity for enjoyment of the beautiful, is vulgarity.
From my perception, then, of hoof or sound I apperceive cow.
Thus the annihilation of the perceptible involves that of perception.
This is again a judgement of perception, but it differs from our previous kind.
late 14c., "receiving, collection," from Latin perceptionem (nominative perceptio) "perception, apprehension, a taking," from percipere "perceive" (see perceive). First used in the more literal sense of the Latin word; in secondary sense, "the taking cognizance of," it is recorded in English from 1610s. Meaning "intuitive or direct recognition of some innate quality" is from 1827.
perception per·cep·tion (pər-sěp'shən)
The process, act, or faculty of perceiving.
Recognition and interpretation of sensory stimuli based chiefly on memory.