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Although the position deviations for each were quantitatively identical in 3D grid space, participants responded faster and more accurately to lateral changes than to depth changes (Figure 4), presumably because elevation angle manipulations do not foreshorten lateral spatial relationships, but they do foreshorten depth spatial relationships.
And President Clinton, for one, wants to foreshorten that process.
Perhaps I may appear somewhat pompous, but I imagine none of the national broadsheets would foreshorten Birmingham in a similar way.