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Daemon
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bird's-eye

(adjective) As from an altitude or distance.

Synonyms: panoramic

Usage: Another pedestrian had entered from the other end…with an astrakhan collar to his coat on this warm night, and a black slouch hat that hid his features from my bird's-eye view.
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bird's-eye
Definition: (adjective) As from an altitude or distance.
Synonyms: panoramic
Usage: Another pedestrian had entered from the other end…with an astrakhan collar to his coat on this warm night, and a black slouch hat that hid his features from my bird's-eye view.
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Daemon wrote:
bird's-eye

(adjective) As from an altitude or distance.

Synonyms: panoramic

Usage: Another pedestrian had entered from the other end…with an astrakhan collar to his coat on this warm night, and a black slouch hat that hid his features from my bird's-eye view.
Wilmar (USA)
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Usage: Another pedestrian had entered from the other end…with an astrakhan collar to his coat on this warm night, and a black slouch hat that hid his features from my bird's-eye view.
8BooksOfSengathe
Posted: Tuesday, March 12, 2019 7:05:11 AM

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Daemon wrote:
bird's-eye

(adjective) As from an altitude or distance.

Synonyms: panoramic

Usage: Another pedestrian had entered from the other end…with an astrakhan collar to his coat on this warm night, and a black slouch hat that hid his features from my bird's-eye view.


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Drone technology has enabled rescue workers and structural
engineers to evaluate inaccessible or difficult to reach
places with a very helpful bird's-eye view .
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Emel Rapchan
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Emel Rapchan
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