eyeshot


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the range of the eye

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Special mention to his wife, who pinged into the room in the manner of a cartoon character and dragged the kids out while trying - and failing magnificently - to stay out of eyeshot.
Best to have business cards (yes, even with all the technology and social media at your fingertips, there is nothing quite like a business card!), a couple of throw away pens, index cards (so you can jot things down), maybe some breath mints, a name tag (worn on the right if possible so it's in eyeshot upon shaking hands), and some holiday cheer!
Li and Zhang introduced an eyeshot mechanism similar to spatial constraints and investigated the effect of eyeshot on opinion dynamics.
Kyle's first few solo sits on a public-land hunt (with me in eyeshot) were exercises in patience, as we didn't see anything save a hen turkey.
Since homelessness is one of the foundation's areas of focus, a spokeswoman was asked about the presence of dozens of homeless persons living within eyeshot. She replied, "We're trying to move upstream to a systems level to either prevent family homelessness before it happens or to end it as soon as possible after it happens."
Pharmacists must stay within eyeshot and earshot when technicians are helping to fill prescriptions, but even that much help can free the pharmacist to administer a vaccine--an ideal time to talk to customers and counsel them--or to recommend and provide guidance on the use of an over-the-counter medication.
Within this system, roads would incorporate sensors and other technology to provide vehicles and drivers information about hazardous conditions and other critical events, well before they're within eyeshot. The technology, known as vehicle-to-everything, or V2X, could reduce accidents by as much as 80 percent, European researchers claim.
It would be a vast oversimplification of the situation if I were to say Tom owns the Talbot, the village and everything within eyeshot but I'm going to say that - because he sort of does.
In villages along Turkey's border with Syria Kurds, including refugees from Kobani, marched within eyeshot of their former home.
PARENTS, if the kids are within eyeshot of this page, distract them now.
Boras and his relatives are among some 100,000 Syrians, mostly Kurds, who have flooded into Turkey since Thursday, escaping an Islamic State offensive that has pushed the conflict nearly within eyeshot of the Turkish border.
The four continue together toward the irresistibly sexualized landmark like pilgrims toward some phallic shrine; they eventually drift into new couple formations as they break off and are no longer within eyeshot of each other.
Lying on the border of Tibet and Nepal within eyeshot of Mount Everest, Cho Oyu was first climbed 60 years ago.