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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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NRT's current founder, president and CEO, John Dominelli, will become chairman of NRT Sightline and will remain active in leading the overall company strategy with a focus on driving the technology roadmap.
Sightline Assure is poised to provide an unprecedented ability to view systems across the entire stack, from the hardware to the OS, applications, networking devices, storage arrays and more enabling users to proactively diagnose, address, restart and remedy issues quickly.
There's no suggestion yet that Sightline has that sort of improvement in her, but this is the family of Oaks winner Look Here and the two previous living foals of the dam Look So - Regardez and Compton - had peak handicap marks of 104 and 95 respectively.
Its physical value as a National Cultural Treasure requires the preservation of its sightlines," he stressed.
Car-free residents still pay for parking, according to Sightline, because owners typically recoup these losses through apartment rents.
We are encouraged by the tremendous interest in the fund, from an excellent group of investors," SightLine Managing Director Buzz Benson said in prepared remarks.
All of the company's existing institutional investors participated in this round in addition to Sightline Healthcare Opportunity Fund who participated as a new investor.
Difficulty for the driver to recognize the point of view (perspective), sightline, and field of view shown in the monitor
The total decline since 1999 - 11 percent - is equal to every driver in the Northwest taking a five-week holiday from driving, said Clark Williams-Derry, research director at the Sightline Institute, which focuses on sustainability issues.
It includes thermal cameras for intruder detection, an extreme low-lux camera for alarm assessment, optional pan-tilt gimbals for sightline pointing, an optional IP network interface, and an optional embedded video analytics processor.
The conference hosting Stratton's talk was cosponsored by the Washington-based law firm, Collier Shannon Scott, and the public relations firm, Sightline.