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line of site

noun, Military
1.
a straight line from the muzzle of an artillery gun to its target.
Origin
1905-1910
1905-10
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Examples from the web for line of site
  • 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.
  • As an example, if the topography is fairly flat, the project could be directly in the line of site of a proposed mine.
  • Commercial property owners may oppose noise barrier construction because the barrier may block the line of site to the property.

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