Bird-s-eye Sentence Examples
Give Kitty a bird's eye view with a windowsill cat bed.
Once nestled in a tree, a cat now has a bird's eye view of its surroundings.
The map is also able to show you a satellite image of the area, a bird's eye view that shows you an actual high-res picture, and a 3D view image.
The Bird's Eye Views let you view real locations with street names and building names overlaying the picture.
This tank is designed for running since it is made from bird's eye mesh and has a reflective logo and tagless design.Advertisement
As with Google Maps, the map comes with different features like a bird's eye view.
The Butler Bags' interior design is compartmentalized so that all your belongings stand straight up; you have a bird's eye view of everything in your bag without digging, just like you can see your silverware in your utensil tray.
It is the same philosophy as the bag; keeping your jewelry compartmentalized so when you open the jewelry case you see everything at a bird's eye view.
It states how theology should be divided, but does not profess to give a bird's-eye view of results.
From a similar sense comes the phrase "bird's-eye maple," a speckled variety of maple-wood, or the "bird's-eye handkerchief" mentioned in Thackeray's novels.Advertisement
It shows both a profile view of the bore and a bird's-eye view of the lateral deviation.
This enabled Frank Bisby to give us a bird's eye view of species identification in the third millenium.
A colored lithograph by Jacob Connop, entitled " A Bird's Eye View of Belfast " was issued In 1863.
Buddhist mandalas are diagrams that represent the environments of deities from a bird's eye perspective.
This bird's-eye maple is full of fantastic grain effects which shift and change with the light.Advertisement
Some plants, such as the once prolific bird's eye primrose, have gone for ever.
Blackmore's model does not address the question of how one perceives from a bird's eye vantage point.
They typically like to climb up to the highest accessible areas in your house such as bookshelves, cabinets or any highly elevated place so that they can survey the scene from a bird's eye view.
When uniformly damped, the leaves are separately opened out and smoothed, the midrib, if not already removed, is torn out, except when " bird'seye " cut is to be made, in which mixture the midrib gives the peculiar " bird's-eye " appearance.