parallel perspective

parallel perspective

[′par·ə‚lel pər′spek·tiv]
(graphic arts)
A perspective such that the faces and edges of represented objects are either perpendicular or parallel to the plane of the picture. Also known as one-point perspective.
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There is a parallel perspective on another disaster.
A parallel perspective is provided by Maria Plotnikova and Tatiane de Menezes, who use World Bank household survey data to differentiate between region-specific and human capital explanations for growing regional income inequalities under transition.
Peter Cohen, Vice President of Product Marketing at Authoria, will offer a parallel perspective on how talent management solutions can empower retail managers to address these retail-specific challenges.
The problem with these parallel perspectives is that their self-imposed limitations prevent their celebration of the full grandeur of God.

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