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intervisible

(ˌɪntəˈvɪzɪbəl)
adj
mutually visible
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(10) Based on pictures and other evidence, the Tribunal concluded that, while not "intervisible," the pillar identified by Egypt as Pillar 91 and the "Parker pillar," both to the north of the hotel, were closer to the boundary recognized during that period than the "intervisible" options presented by Israel, both to the south of the hotel.
All those optical measurements need the external measurement components and the beam transceivers must be intervisible, which make them not only complex to be installed, but also prone to be affected by the weather conditions.
Some are located so close to each other as to be intervisible; 1.8 km separate Noen U-Loke from Ban Non Wat (26 in fig.
(Frias, 2010: 132), intervisible respecto del Tossal y a unos 3,5 km en linea recta de este.
K-S tests were also used to analyze site inter-visibility by comparing the number of intervisible archaeological sites to the number intervisible background sample non-sites.
The major secular power centre of Bamburgh lies just 8 km across the water from Holy Island, and the two are clearly intervisible. Bamburgh is recorded in Bede and the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle as a major Anglo-Saxon caput (e.g.
They may have been intervisible during the Neolithic and they certainly seem to have been used for similar purposes at about the same time.
The tumulus lies less than two kilometers from Glyfadaki, and was intervisible with that complex and with the settlement at Romanou.
It should also be noted that the data from Alto do Castelo show an intense relation with Santarem, and both sites are intervisible. On the other hand, the similarity of the pottery fabrics in certain vessels (as, for example, the pithos, that displays the same petrographic and fabric characteristics) indicates a common origin in the pottery production of Santarem and Alto do Castelo.