Examples of vantage in a Sentence
the vantage had all been ours for the first half of the contest
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From the optimum vantage and in ideal weather conditions, experienced wildlife spotters independently counted the colonies from the ground using binoculars and telescopes.
From this vantage, the floats -- stretching in two long lines on the grass in Rome Park -- look as if Mad Max organized a post-apocalyptic flea market.
From this vantage, Navy leaders express concern that the industrial base is incapable of ramping up production quickly, but the question then becomes: Whose fault is that?
Views and vantages * Great shot of Patriots owner Robert Kraft pointing to his own head when Brandin Cooks suffered a blow to the helmet in the first half.
The story that ensues is told from ground level, with dust rising, yet the moral vantage is from 30,000 feet as history stumbles forward with lust and ignorance.
The master on the second floor has a small balcony, which provides another vantage to the common space below. Bedrooms two and three sit toward the front of the house.
From that vantage, his candidacy for Cooperstown certainly has credibility, particularly because second base is generally a defense-first position where the offensive bar is lower.
Kane took images from the Deep Space Climate Observatory satellite, which has a camera pointing constantly at Earth from a vantage partway to the sun, and intentionally degraded them from 4 million pixels to just a handful.
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