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skyline

the line at which the earth and sky appear to meet; horizon

skyline

The outline of buildings against the background of the sky.
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For more information about enrollment in a clinical trial offered by Skyline Urology, patients may contact 310-602-5018.
Skyline CEO, Bill Dallas, said, 'We built Skyline with the goal of helping Americans secure safe financing.
By leveraging a highly successful business model, bringing in exceptional staff and building strong relationships, Skyline Worldwide was able to rapidly expand into the City of London and then execute its expansion on to the global stage.
Skyline Exhibits of Central Ohio, LLC helps you succeed with design, service, and high quality trade show displays.
The Thiruvalla project, the recently launched Skyline Townscape, is located in the heart of the town near Koodarapally.
The skyline head-to-head test revealed more British adults could easily pinpoint international city skylines, but struggled to identify the skyline of cities on their own doorstep.
As many as 62% of those questioned could not identify the skyline of Cardiff with its landmark buildings such as the Millennium Stadium, the Wales Millennium Centre and Cardiff Castle.
Ocean Readymix & Precast gets prescribed inputs from the Skyline system that tell the company exactly when the vehicles are unloading.
Skyline also does work for Wal-Mart, Tyson and Windstream Communications, according to a release.
Skyline Steel Pipe has completed the acquisition of Appleby N.
Nissan's 12th-generation lineup of the Skyline has nine types, equipped with a 2.
Leaving aside the many pertinent issues regarding icons and the skyline (such as Robert Tavernor's essay, AR April 2004), where the image of the city as a picturesque phenomenon is often held in abstract isolation, it is now time to consider how towers relate to the city's sustained evolution on the street.