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I am reading a movie scenario magazine and came across the kanji 瞶 that I cannot understand.

The scenes involved are basically relationship moments between the two main characters.

Two examples with some context:

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WWWJDIC does not match this kanji, though in Edict (via JWPce or Rikaichan) it says:
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Checking various other references were a dead end.

I realize this is probably non-standard literary usage, but please help me understand why it may have been used and any deeper meaning.
Are there better examples of the usage of this kanji?

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http://www.weblio.jp/content/%E6%B5%B7%E3%82%92%E7%9E%B6%E3%82%81%E3%81%A6

「瞶る=みつめる」です。

また、「凝っと=じっと」だと思われますが、こちらも普通の辞書には見当たりません。

私は61歳の普通の日本人ですが、この二つの漢字は初めて見ました。

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    私は61歳の普通の日本人ですが、この二つの漢字は初めて見ました。 こちらも勉強になった。 – istrasci Jan 24 '17 at 6:16

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