worm's eye view


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worm's eye view

n
a view seen from below or from a more lowly or humble point
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From a worm's eye view, you can't find the battle grounds or recognize the village it took place in, but we were able to distinguish some pillar structures of the ancient village from a bird's eye view.
They pointed out the varying camera angles during Duterte's more-than-an-hour speech, which included worm's eye view shots.
Abundant with absorbing details, each double-page spread offers young readers a surprise, especially when the worm's eye view very cleverly opens up into a double fold-out offering the bird's eye view.
It was designed to capture a worm's eye view of a side that hadn't won a game all season.
The Corrie star, 26, was pictured from a worm's eye view at a party in Manchester, making her legs look flatteringly long.
Great moments in history ought not to be described from a worm's eye view - especially a worm decked out in a glitzy dress too young for her, on sky-high heels" - Barbara Amiel's response when asked to comment on Nelson Mandela's death.
Given that, can you briefly explain why you chose to keep the focus of your book on the worm's eye view of the front-line soldiers in a remote valley?
They cover a short pictorial history of the area from the Foy Boatmen working out of Teesport, painters sprucing up the Gas Holders at Cannon Park, Billingham Folklore Festival and the Jazz Festival at Ayresome Park, a worm's eye view of a visiting circus elephant, and a time when the giant oil rig platforms were being built on the Tees.
A few of these ("A Worm's Eye View of the High and Mighty," "What is a Bidet?
Having had a worm's eye view in my life of prison and also having had something of a bird's eye view of government, I think that maybe I will bring some things to this group of experts - which is a team of which I am only one member.
He combines a worm's eye view of the war, through the eyes of small, but key, players on the ground (and in the air), with an account of the high strategy of the campaign, as seen through the eyes of the main generals and admirals.
Although not known for his comedic roles, John, 54, says: "I have done some childrens' TV, panto, Bouncers by John Godber and a wartime farce, Worm's Eye View.