unobscured


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The sky has that delicious blue for which the sky of Italy is renowned; the sun shines with a splendor unobscured by any cloud or vapor, and a starlight night on the prairies is glorious.
They had communities of knowledge, "their" knowledge (this discriminating possessive was always on her lips) of presences of the other age, presences all overlaid, in his case, by the experience of a man and the freedom of a wanderer, overlaid by pleasure, by infidelity, by passages of life that were strange and dim to her, just by "Europe" in short, but still unobscured, still exposed and cherished, under that pious visitation of the spirit from which she had never been diverted.
She turned a coppery hue, then that portion of her surface which was unobscured as yet grew grey and ashen, and at length, as totality approached, her mountains and her plains were to be seen glowing luridly through a crimson gloom.
This is particularly distinct to one standing on the middle of the pond in winter, just after a light snow has fallen, appearing as a clear undulating white line, unobscured by weeds and twigs, and very obvious a quarter of a mile off in many places where in summer it is hardly distinguishable close at hand.
This was addressed to the dog with the cap on, who being a new member of the company, and not quite certain of his duty, kept his unobscured eye anxiously on his master, and was perpetually starting upon his hind legs when there was no occasion, and falling down again.
This approach is particularly useful for the analysis of systems such as helmet-mounted displays, optics-enabled wearables, segmented aperture telescopes, heads-up displays and unobscured reflective systems.
Must Contain All Necessary Targets Or Information As Requested Below And The Records Filmed Should Be Unobscured ?
The garden is open to the fields beyond with unobscured views of the Warwickshire countryside from the patio.
All lights 'which would be visible, if unobscured, from the sea or any estuary, are to be extinguished unless required for navigation, or in the case of indoor lights, are to be obscured so as to be invisible from outside.
He felt the cool air of the winter night on his face as the hole widened and he could see the night sky above, the stars unobscured by wire.
It is hard to escape the sense of mastery as the stars move in the wide clear heavens to rising and settings unobscured.
The driver benefits from excellent all-round visibility which is essential for city centre driving and the fact that the rear headrests fold flat helps to keep the view through the rear screen completely unobscured.