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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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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.
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the sight line from the World Financial Center to the water," Carey said.