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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In this regard, the lawmaker said the bill seeks to expressly prohibit any construction of real-estate development that could ruin the view and sight line of any national shrine, monument, landmark and other historic edifices and structures by amending the National Cultural Heritage Act of 2008.
The shower also stayed put but the loo was moved across to the space freed up by the bath, out of the sight line of the door.
The change gave customers a clean sight line to the prescription counter and easier choices in the O-T-C aisles.
The Dewjo'c design has deliberately left a channel through the centre of the development to continue the sight line left between the two halves of the Baltic Place scheme.
These inconsiderate people obstruct the sight line preventing the motorist seeing if any traffic is approaching from the right.
"It has been built for football not athletics and even though they had an athletics championships in the last couple of years, they still have sight line problems.
4, behind X5's sight line, can cut across the lane to set a pin-screen for 5, who ducks over the screen to the opposite side of the lane.
of the elm trees and behold, just at our sight line, the planets
Fold the front sight into the slowed position for a clean sight line. Ready to use the front sight again?
Gradual terracing down to the spa alcove breaks down the elongated sight line and provides informal seating.
If the gun is sighted so that the bullet's trajectory is never higher than three inches above the sight line, the MPBR is the range where the bullet has dropped to three inches below the sight line.
Guests peered up 40 feet out of the construction pit to view 42nd Street and the sight line of the new stand-alone glass and steel retail building, called "The 42nd Street CUBES", to be completed this September.