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perspective
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Ender's Game
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as in: a perspective of the entire block Define
a view -- often stressing that the view is different from a view from another location
  • The new levers on your control panel enable you to see from the perspective of any of your squadron leaders.
  • He could still control the perspective and the degree of detail, but there were no ship’s controls anymore.

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  • The perspective was close to the enemy planet now, as the ship hurtled into its well of gravity.
  • Since the others could only see their own battle perspective, he would sometimes give them orders that made no sense to them; but they, too, learned to trust Ender.
  • The center point shifted, but it was obvious, after he looked long enough, that the eyes of the fleet, the I of the fleet, the perspective from which all decisions were being made, was one particular ship.
  • Ender’s fighters were among the first to go: their perspective suddenly vanished, and now the simulator could only display the perspective of the starships waiting beyond the edges of the battle.
  • Ender’s fighters were among the first to go: their perspective suddenly vanished, and now the simulator could only display the perspective of the starships waiting beyond the edges of the battle.

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  • The penthouse window gives a perspective on half the city.
  • The clouds and turns in the trail continually change the magnificent perspectives while hiking in the mountains.

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as in: Look at it from her perspective Define
a particular way of seeing or considering things
as in: Keep it in perspective Define
a sensible view of a situation that considers its different parts in a balanced way
as in: perspective in art Define
giving a 2-dimensional picture a 3-dimensional appearance by making parts that are farther away look smaller than things that are close; or a picture drawn in such a manner
as in: a perspective of the entire block Define
a view -- often stressing that the view is different from a view from another location
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