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sight line

1. In an auditorium, an imaginary, uninterrupted straight line drawn between the eye of a spectator and the stage area; if such a line is impeded by a column, the overhang of a balcony, etc., vision is restricted.
2. The line of intersection of a transparent material with an opaque material.
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Alerted by criticism of Ascot's sight lines to make one last check of the Epsom drawings, the officer in question was horrified to discover that racegoers would have less than 20-20 vision of the racing.
All attachments are fully autoclavable, and their slender angulation permits excellent intraoral access and superior sight lines.
Now sight lines flow seamlessly from the kitchen through the breakfast area to the garden
Seating and gangway provisions to upper tiers do not comply with acceptable standards, and huge cantilevered upper tiers will either reguire intermediate support columns, which in turn blight sight lines, or alternatively massive balancing structures to the rear.
Football Licensing Authority inspector Lou Elliston said: "Fans complained that the nets impaired their sight lines, so the club changed them back to the old ones.
Taking its cue from the graceful arched roof of the existing stand, the new structure weaves and curves around the remaining three sides of the ground, its boldly undulating form dictated by the quality of spectator sight lines.
Optional deluxe instrument panel includes keyless start security system, feature lockouts, digital time and job clocks, multi-language display and a help menu Sight lines to the tracks increase performance when operating in tight areas
According to astronomers working with the FUSE data, the deuterium abundance along different sight lines from Earth varies between 5 and 23 parts per million (ppm) in the galaxy.
Konrad engages in refined play with the viewpoints prescribed in the photographs and the organization of sight lines in the real space of the gallery.