line of vision


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line of vision

n
(Medicine) ophthalmol a straight line extending from the fovea centralis of the eye to an object on which the eye is focused. Also called: line of sight
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Noun1.line of vision - an imaginary straight line along which an observer looks
line - a spatial location defined by a real or imaginary unidimensional extent
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That was all--there was no clear-cut horizontal line marking the dip of the globe below the line of vision.
We must have been struck squarely amidships, for I saw nothing, the strange steamboat having passed beyond my line of vision.
There was no one in sight to the left over a considerable expanse of roof-top, and to the right another building shut off his line of vision at about twenty feet.
With Shamir Autograph III, the exclusive and top-of-the-line Israeli-made Progressive Lens line of Vision Express, 'we found out that behind the promise of a seamless, natural, and comfortable viewing experience, is a free-form technology that has been awarded Best Progressive Lenses because it was continuously tested and improved with patients through the years' says Dr.
In a statement, the ROP said that vehicle owners should ensure decorative materials such as posters and stickers should not block the line of vision.
However, in most cases, the floaters eventually settle down to the bottom of the vitreous cavity, out of the line of vision.
Voyeur Steven Elstob had carried out work for a lift installation company at the site when he found out certain rooms offered a direct line of vision into adjacent blocks.
A direct line of vision to our coffee machine and our black board was important to us because coffee is at the heart of Frank and Dean.
Then I noticed there was a lady wearing a low, loose top in his line of vision.
It is not uncommon for batsmen to walk away from a delivery if members of the crowd appear in their line of vision, but Johnson says the regularity with which it has happened during the Ashes indicates England is doing it for other reasons.
The vehicle is available with a head-up display, which helps the driver concentrate on what is happening on the road while displaying relevant information in the driver's line of vision.
Committee member Peter Douglas Osborn (Con, Weoley) said: "We are suggesting that people drive into the tunnel looking at advertising which is 25 degrees off their line of vision.