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sight line

An imaginary line from the center of the pupil to a viewed object.
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eBite features and benefits include a unique lighting device designed to enhance sight lines for intraoral procedures; full illumination of intraoral workspace; efficient isolation of the working quadrant; durable, autoclavable silicone bite block/tongue retractor; portable, lightweight design; rechargeable wireless operation and cost-effectiveness.
It is important to remember that sometimes proximity detection needs to work vertically as well as along normal sight lines.
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 AWELook ergonomic and compact blueprint offers a good capacity per space ratio, saves bench space, increases sight lines and decreases the technician's reach to retrieve samples, reducing fatigue.
AWELook ergonomic and compact design saves bench space, increases sight lines, and decreases the technician's reach to retrieve samples, reducing fatigue.
Matthew1: "Everything about this location is wrong and to say the entrance will be in a position to give maximum sight lines is absolute rubbish
adjacent to his property, as well as with trees on the road allowance that restricted sight lines on Burtch Road.
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.
The result is a smooth ride from dock to stock, clear sight lines, a comfortable compartment, responsive controls, energy efficiency, low maintenance, and a low cost of ownership.
The revamp has been undertaken by the Central Public Works Department keeping in mind two key areas -- maintaining the campus greenery and providing better sight lines for spectators.
Our CCR format is more open, less cluttered, and provides better sight lines to help locate products," said Gregory D.
Alerted by criticism of Ascot's sight lines to make one last check of the Epsom drawings, the officer in question was horrified to discover that racegoers would have less than 20-20 vision of the racing.