sight line


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sight line

An imaginary line extending from an observation point to a view beyond that. Many neighborhood restrictions prohibit obstruction of sight lines to scenic views.

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Even after moving the access road further to the west, the intersection does not have sufficient sight lines based on 65-to-70-mph speeds, Access Engineering's Michael Weishar said in a written report.
Better access, Better sight lines, better use of land full stop
Because of the inherent strength provided by its shape and construction, the structure does not have to be supported by columns that take up space and block sight lines.
Cobra's new all-metal DuraPin now come standard on the ever-popular Sidewinder sight line.
If you crane your neck, adjusting your sight line on this fragile room-within-a-room, it takes a moment to orient your ground-bound body to the implied space above.
Responsible for such innovations as the MMC Adjustable Combat Sight Line for pistols and shotguns (now sold by MMC) and the Ashley Express and Aperture Sights, Mr.
the sight line from the World Financial Center to the water," Carey said.
Then they, and I, spun out of each other's sight line.
In this case, it only cut off the sight line of two simmering sides that needed reconciliation above all else - the sort of reconciliation that elected leaders ought to facilitate.
The sight line here is very important, so the producer's desk was actually raised up to et him see the screen explain kapell.
The low-height furnishings enable the sight line to extend from one side of the expansive space to the other.