sight line


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sight line

An imaginary line from the center of the pupil to a viewed object.
See also: line
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The truth is that Goodpasture, while far from ideal, has the best sight lines of the alternatives," he said.
In the last two quarters, increased sales in the Trident product line and an upswing in our night sight line should position the company well for 2003.
1, 2000, IWI will manufacture the IMX Night Sight line of tritium powered night sights.
The tops of the units will be below the sight line of adjoining neighborhoods,'' Katell promised.
With my own children, if they're out of my sight line, a panic goes off in me,'' Townsend says.
improve sight lines from back of theater seating, improvements to climate control, construction of 6 VIP box seating areas, acoustical treatments, tour bus staging area, mechanical
The machine features a completely new cab with first-in-class designs that enhance operator comfort and control, new lift arm design for improved sight lines, and increased engine performance for greater productivity.
The 5,000 s/f space, by Ric Addison and Stephen Daly, features views of the Empire State Building, Hudson River, Herald Square and sight lines along Sixth Avenue to Central Park.
When the late, great Charlie Brett was in charge of redevelopment in the inner city, he made sure the dwellings were to the community's liking and that the sight lines to Belfast's hills were not impeded.
AWELook ergonomic and compact design saves bench space, increases sight lines, and decreases the technician's reach to retrieve samples, reducing fatigue.
This includes cars which can cause a danger to other road users by blocking sight lines and causing potential purchasers to park dangerously to have a look.
Custody officers have clear sight lines to the cells they are responsible for and CCTV cameras make sure these areas are constantly on view to support safer detention.