line of site

noun Military.
a straight line from the muzzle of an artillery gun to its target.

Origin:
1905–10

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Our aim was to position the camera in this same line of site.
The markers were placed within line of site of each other.
It's current configuration requires line of site for the operator.
The regular water mist had difficulty reaching the non-line of site fire
  location behind the baffle.
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