from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The herb clary.
  • n. The plant speedwell, Veronica Chamœdrys.


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  • 'People can get this god's-eye view of human behavior.'

    The Really Smart Phone

  • "People can get this god's-eye view of human behavior."

    The Really Smart Phone

  • Full of the grainy particulars of history and the god's-eye grandeur of economics, "Money" boasts equal parts empathy and majesty.

    Books on Money

  • Applied Minds is also working on technology that affords warriors a "god's-eye view" of the terrain -- real-time information about what's around the corner or on the other side of the mountain.


  • In moments we had a god's-eye view of the glittering plain.

    Soldiers Live

  • The ridge had descended, but the company perched on Behemoth's back still had a god's-eye view of Firewoods Town.

    The Burning City

  • Now he skimmed his god's-eye view "south" along the shoreline of the Map's largest continent.

    The Ringworld Engineers

  • It was only we, with our god's-eye view, who could see the brown boy lying as still as a cat along the branch of a carob-tree a few yards from where they stood.

    Try Anything Twice

  • Here is the transparent, god's-eye view of people moving through time and space, the real life evocation of city planner Edmund Bacon's original vision for the "simultaneous movement systems" of Market East.

    The Clog


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