sight line


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sight line

An imaginary line from the center of the pupil to a viewed object.
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In a 10-page position paper filed in the Supreme Court on Thursday, Hilbay said the preservation of the Rizal Monument should include an undisturbed sight line.
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
EWEB hired OBEC Engineering in Eugene to assess whether a boat ramp could be built at the site with sufficient sight lines for motorists traveling along the highway, which includes a pronounced curve just east of the Goodpasture bridge.
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.
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.
Apex Gear, a new sighting on the radar in the archery industry in 2007, has introduced a high-end sight line that is sure to catch the eye not only of archery hunters, but of the tournament shooter as well.
The head end of the rail tapers below the resident's sight line to reduce any feeling of restriction.
Payson Athletic Director Barry Smith says he likes the gym's airy feeling and the fact that every seat has a good sight line.
They allow a direct sight line to the facility," she says.
Expanding on their 2006 Metal Optic sight line, Toxonics introduces the K955-19 sight for 2007.