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1. Law
a. a formal inspection by a jury of the place where an alleged crime was committed
b. a formal inspection of property in dispute
2. a sight of a hunted animal before or during the chase
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view

(1) To display and look at data on screen.

(2) In relational database management, a special display of data, created as needed. A view temporarily ties two or more files together so that the combined files can be displayed, printed or queried; for example, customers and orders or vendors and purchases. Fields to be included are specified by the user. The original files are not permanently linked or altered; however, if the system allows editing, the data in the original files will be changed.
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Paul starts by discussing the most popular of remote viewing styles, which is coordinate remote viewing (CRV) brought into existence in the late 1970s and the early 1980s by Stanford Research International (SRI) researchers and Ingo Swann, a SRI remote viewer.
Now fully revitalized by Tishman Speyer, the multi-level Top of the Rock offers state-of-the-art features such as reserved-time tickets, multimedia exhibits, an indoor viewing area, and brand-new transparent, safety glass panels.
(1) Viewing of digital e-mail attachments is realized when the phone is within the service area.
Similarly, the person constructing the mandala and those viewing and contemplating it wish to receive from the mandala's deity the traditional virtues associated with that enlightened being.
Times have changed for viewing a film of this kind in Canada.
Astronomer David Charbonneau of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, whose team used such observations to make the first detection of the atmosphere of a planet outside the solar system, combined a vacation with transit viewing. He carried a small telescope, filters, and a digital camera along on a visit to Italy's northwest coast.
As long as the messages share the same Subject, gathering them together for easier viewing is a snap.
The new trace viewer also enables faster response for large traces and more decodes, and is backwards compatible for viewing old traces.
Each Porta-View features a 28 x 17" viewing area, adjustable viewing angles from 0 to 90[degrees], and a viewing height range from 36 to 60".
Out-of-focus viewing through a binocular leads to eyestrain and the inevitable accompanying headaches.
A TIF file's text content can be displayed for viewing, but it cannot be easily copied for use with other software or data files.