Definitions

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  • adj. Alternative spelling of bird's-eye.

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Examples

  • The camera was upstairs, while downstairs my cat sat on top of the refridge in the kitchen with a "birdseye" view of the feeding ... little did she know it was her food they were eating.

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  • Here's the resulting image from a "birdseye" view ...

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  • "birdseye" view of the feeding ... little did she know it was her food they were eating.

    WN.com - Business News

  • "I am a fan of the network and appreciate how their programming gives the audience a birdseye view into different industries and really uncovers what makes people tick."

    Bravo Working on Another Reality Series for Kara DioGuardi

  • I realize that you worked in state government for many years, and that you have had a birdseye view of the machinations, but, are you that hardened, and cynical to all politicians, from either party, that the country has no chance of moving beyond government corruption?

    Interior Secretary Salazar lies about drilling peer review. | RedState

  • First ported barrel I ever saw was on a fancy custom-made .220 Swift with birdseye maple thumbhole stock.

    What is magna porting on shotguns? Pros and cons. Is it worth it?

  • Check out our Events Coordinator Chhaya Kapadia's Flickr stream for a birdseye view of the action.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • It was a perfect place to watch the production, because you could see Catfish Row from a birdseye view as a single, surging mass of people, while watching individual closeups on the screens to the left and right.

    San Francisco Opera's 2009 Summer Season

  • It also uses birdseye views from Virtual Earth and integration with Walkscore, an interesting Google Maps housing tool which gives you the "walkability" of a given address.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • It appears to be an ordinary portrait print of a young gentleman in a birdseye maple frame, but a notch on the upper back allows the portrait to be pulled up revealing a hand-colored and rather explicit lithograph.

    A Randy Piece of Portraiture

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