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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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Following the closing of the transaction and subject to regulatory approvals, Sightline's CEO and founder, Kirk Sanford, will assume the role of president and CEO of NRT Sightline.
The announcement comes after NRT and Sightline said that the two will merge to create NRT Sightline, a pure-play casino payment-technology company.
10066, or the National Cultural Heritage Act of 2009, does not mention if another project, building or property may be the subject of a cease-and-desist order when it adversely affects the background view, vista or sightline of a heritage property.
Sightline Systems provides sophisticated, yet remarkably easy-to-use advanced analytics solutions that leverage time series data, predictive analysis, visualization, advanced alerting capability and more, in real time, to provide our customers with a higher level of insight than any other software company can.
The new Sightline Assure capability for security systems dovetails into our manufacturing strategy because manufacturers are now using surveillance video for overall security, theft reduction, employee safety, IIoT monitoring and to better understand and optimize the manufacturing process," commented Brandon Witte of Sightline Systems.
Well, Sightline starts out in handicaps off 77, an identical mark to that from which Beckett's St Leger winner Simple Verse ran at Goodwood just over a year ago.
The sightline is as much as part of the Rizal Monument because it is a visual phenomenon," he said.
Sightline is Canada's only machine and deep learning (artificial intelligence) cloud services company that specializes in advanced quality inspection and data analytics servicing multiple verticals from healthcare to manufacturing.
According to Steve Gutmann of the Seattle-based sustainability think tank Sightline Institute, such a car-sharing scenario would also obviate the need for many parking spaces.
A new Sightline Institute 'analysis of 23 recently completed Seattle-area multifamily housing developments reveals that the practice of providing abundant "cheap" parking actually makes rental housing more expensive--particularly for residents with modest incomes and who don't own cars.
SightLine Partners has raised $107 million for a fund that will support late-stage medical technology companies and their investors--specifically, entities that have had trouble financing portfolio companies or big exits.