perspective vs prospective

perspective prospective

Definitions

  • 1) The ability to consider things in such relative perspective
  • 2) The technique of representing three-dimensional objects on a two-dimensional surface.
  • 3) figuratively The choice of a single angle or point of view from which to sense, categorize, measure or codify experience.
  • 4) By analogy, sound recording technique to adjust and integrate sound sources seemingly naturally
  • 5) A perspective optical glass, as used in a telescope.
  • 6) A view, vista or outlook.
  • 7) The appearance of depth in objects, especially as perceived using binocular vision.
  • 8) The appearance of objects in depth as perceived by normal binocular vision.
  • 9) Subjective evaluation of relative significance; a point of view.
  • 10) A mental view or outlook.
  • 11) An understanding of how aspects of a subject relate to each other and to the whole.
  • 12) The technique of representing three-dimensional objects and depth relationships on a two-dimensional surface.
  • 13) A view or vista.
  • 14) The ability to perceive things in their actual interrelations or comparative importance.
  • 15) a telescope which shows objects in the right position.
  • 16) That which is seen through an opening; a view; a vista.
  • 17) The art and the science of so delineating objects that they shall seem to grow smaller as they recede from the eye; -- called also linear perspective.
  • 18) an inaccurate term for a mechanical way of representing objects in the direction of the diagonal of a cube.
  • 19) The effect of distance upon the appearance of objects, by means of which the eye recognized them as being at a more or less measurable distance. Hence, aërial perspective, the assumed greater vagueness or uncertainty of outline in distant objects.
  • 20) A drawing in linear perspective.
  • 21) obsolete A glass through which objects are viewed.
  • 22) a way of regarding situations or topics etc.
  • 23) the appearance of things relative to one another as determined by their distance from the viewer
  • 24) A magnifying-glass; a telescope; a spy-glass.
  • 25) A drawing or representation in perspective; specifically, a painting so placed at the end of an alley, a garden, or the like, as to presenst the appearance of continuing it, and thus produce the impression of greater length or extent. Stage scenic painting is of this nature.
  • 26) Prospect; View; Vista.
  • 27) A reflecting glass or combination of glasses producing some kind of optical delusion or anamorphous effect when viewed in one way, but presenting objects in their true forms when viewd in another.
  • 28) The art of representing solid objects on a flat surface so that when they are viewed the eye is affected in the same manner as it would be by viewing objects themselves from a given point.
  • 29) Proper or just proportion; appropriate realtion of parts to one another and to the whole view, subject, etc.
  • 30) obsolete providing visual aid
  • 31) of, in or relating to perspective
  • 32) Of, relating to, seen, or represented in perspective.
  • 33) (Zoöl.) any shell of the genus Solarium and allied genera. See Solarium.
  • 34) the plane or surface on which the objects are delineated, or the picture drawn; the plane of projection; -- distinguished from the ground plane, which is that on which the objects are represented as standing. When this plane is oblique to the principal face of the object, the perspective is called oblique perspective; when parallel to that face, parallel perspective.
  • 35) obsolete Of or pertaining to the science of vision; optical.
  • 36) Pertaining to the art, or in accordance with the laws, of perspective.

Definitions

  • 1) obsolete The scene before or around, in time or in space; view; prospect.
  • 2) obsolete A perspective glass.
  • 3) The scene before or around, in time or in space; view; prospect.
  • 4) obsolete A perspective glass.
  • 5) The future scene of action.
  • 6) In heraldry, perspective: as, a pavement paly barry in prospective.
  • 7) A lookout; a watch.
  • 8) Outlook; prospect; view.
  • 9) A perspective glass; a telescope.
  • 10) Anticipated in the near or far future.
  • 11) Likely or expected to happen or become.
  • 12) Likely to become or be.
  • 13) Likely or expected to happen.
  • 14) obsolete Of or pertaining to a prospect; furnishing a prospect; perspective.
  • 15) Being within view or consideration, as a future event or contingency; relating to the future: expected.
  • 16) Looking forward in time; acting with foresight; -- opposed to retrospective.
  • 17) of or concerned with or related to the future

Examples

  • 1) It put the game in a different perspective and was totally unfair.
  • 2) Aerial photographs that offer new perspectives on our industrialised planet.
  • 3) It can be approached from two different perspectives.
  • 4) It was helpful to step back and get some perspective outside of the cycle of recording and touring.
  • 5) It offers a challenging perspective, but a touching one.
  • 6) He offers a unique perspective on American life.
  • 7) And after all, this is a journey of new perspectives.
  • 8) Allowing documents to pile up a little until we get some perspective on them can help us be better organised in the long term.
  • 9) Yet as narratives overlap and leaps in time are made, it is clear that we are being offered multiple perspectives and judgments.
  • 10) No issues of perspective or distance to overcome there.
  • 11) To understand you must find a different perspective.
  • 12) We are trying to offer a new perspective.
  • 13) When we understand our resources properly we can get a sound perspective on the job.
  • 14) Our church is excited to be reaching out to people from this perspective.
  • 15) Writing the book has given her a new perspective on life.
  • 16) We wanted to give a unique perspective on the scene and what we do.
  • 17) Yet the brilliance and disciplined attack of the string playing give fresh perspectives.
  • 18) This puts the campaign into a proper perspective.
  • 19) But the course gave me a new perspective.
  • 20) One of the most outstanding frescoes from the point of view of perspective depth and narrative power.
  • 21) Meditation can help you to gain distance and perspective.
  • 22) This separation means that each eye sees the world from a slightly different perspective.
  • 23) The book offers a new perspective on a familiar career.
  • 24) And that gives people a human perspective on that industry.
  • 25) Perhaps it is this that has given him such a balanced perspective on life.
  • 26) There is no need to wait for historical perspective to correct premature judgment.
  • 27) This may be explained by the fact that their present theoretical perspective has major shortcomings which seriously weaken the abolitionist case.
  • 28) Now a documentary film is about to offer a fuller perspective behind the scenes of the Met gala.
  • 29) As you have discovered, now that you are seeing things from an adult perspective, your father is human.
  • 30) V. i.204 (246,9) [A natural perspective] A _perspective_ seems to be taken for shows exhibited through a glass with such lights as make the pictures appear really protruberant.
  • 31) Sounds sensational yet like polaccs when put in perspective is not anyhwhere as bad as it seems.
  • 32) This switch in perspective is the basis for developing empathy.
  • 33) That may cease to be demographically tenable at some point, but the idea of having one member of a minority religious group on the bench both enhances the legitimacy of rulings on religious freedom cases and ensures that a certain perspective is present.
  • 34) I'll be glad to share the Rocky Mountain perspective from the Wind River Range of Wyoming.
  • 35) January 15th, 2009 at 11: 19 am the idea of having one member of a minority religious group on the bench both enhances the legitimacy of rulings on religious freedom cases and ensures that a certain perspective is present
  • 36) A shift in perspective is underway, from desiring a standard of living defined by possessions and financial wealth to a quality of life defined by experiences and genuine well-being.
  • 37) Those whose hearts bleed for the terrorists should watch some of the videos on 9/11, Pearl Harbor, Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the recent Mumbai carnage (which in perspective is relatively minor), some of the movies about nuclear attacks on urban areas to get a feel for what could happen if we fail to learn what we need to find out to avert disaster.
  • 38) ‘The Shrine authorities produced elevations and perspective drawings of even the most sacred buildings in order to facilitate rebuilding.’
  • 39) ‘A pin at the central vanishing point would have been as useful here as it would for perspective drawings set out mathematically.’
  • 40) ‘The illustrations in Pacioli's work were by Leonardo da Vinci and include some fine perspective drawings of regular solids.’
  • 41) ‘He also began studying female form and perspective in his art.’
  • 42) ‘She also avoided any hint of perspective, seeing painting as essentially two-dimensional.’
  • 43) ‘They also tried to introduce Western painting techniques like the use of perspective and the technique of displaying light and shadows.’
  • 44) ‘Underpinning the exhibition is a desire to explain and contextualise the artist's use of techniques such as pointillism and anamorphic perspective.’
  • 45) ‘The work is considered a masterpiece in the use of perspective and in the portrayal of the artistic ideals of the High Renaissance.’
  • 46) ‘Only if one accepts the claims of the naturalness of Renaissance artificial perspective can we accept photography as a mimetic representation of the world.’
  • 47) ‘The perspective of three-dimensional objects in the two-dimensional image is dictated by the viewing geometry and the camera.’
  • 48) ‘There were no questions, so she launched into something about perspective drawings while we all proceeded to fall asleep.’
  • 49) ‘He published a description of a machine to create perspective drawings and he discussed the grinding of conical lenses and mirrors.’
  • 50) ‘English painters had relatively little contact with Italy, and were decidedly not working in the Italian Renaissance tradition of perspective and chiaroscuro.’
  • 51) ‘All that we were supposed to do was work on our perspective drawings, and largely ignore Ciappa and everyone else.’
  • 52) ‘This treatise on painting included a discussion of the laws of mathematical perspective for artists.’
  • 53) ‘Both Manet and Ravi Varma introduce the European single point perspective of viewing the woman propped up high on cushions, looking down to confront the viewer.’
  • 54) ‘There is an added design advantage inherent in steps: they have a completely different impact, depending on the viewer's perspective.’
  • 55) ‘From this distance, painted from this perspective, the waters appear calm, but he knows that the flow has the power to wear away the rocks and the might to shape the landscape.’
  • 56) ‘Clever use of perspective makes the scene appear much bigger than it actually is, and reinforces the fantasy element of the play by delineating the space between the actors and the audience.’
  • 57) ‘Yet from a more distanced perspective, the flags gain life and energy, and define nothing in particular even as they beckon to be viewed.’
  • 58) ‘Although distance lends perspective, it can also lend enchantment.’
  • 59) ‘The result is an amazing yet impossible landscape that plays with your idea of perspective and distance.’
  • 60) ‘Movement is in 3D from a first person perspective and all monsters appear as still pictures with only small sections being animated.’
  • 61) ‘Birch intentionally warps perspective and depth in a way that brings to mind jazz music and its deliberate distortion of pitch and timbre.’
  • 62) ‘He made detailed and careful drawings from one fixed perspective - some say he used the camera obscura - and then returned to his studio to paint.’
  • 63) ‘This was a very common mistake, especially with kids, who had no concept of depth or perspective.’
  • 64) ‘A print is constructed from lines and surfaces on a two-dimensional surface and on it should be contained perspective, volume and color.’
  • 65) ‘Laboriously, James practiced creating the illusion of perspective in a drawing and experimented with point of view.’
  • 66) ‘Few students actually see dissections being performed and fail to gain a proper three-dimensional perspective of body parts.’
  • 67) ‘While in the flare, the edges of the runway in front of the airplane give better height perspective than the centerline does.’
  • 68) ‘His landscapes offer a tilting perspective, often a view over rises or down a slope.’
  • 69) ‘The surrounding Black Sea landscape serves to further intensify the already magnificent visual perspectives.’
  • 70) ‘He moved around to get a long perspective view of the street.’
  • 71) ‘The elm trees that lined both sides of the road were heavy with mid-summer foliage, and the view from the attic gave a birds-eye perspective of the neighbourhood canopy.’
  • 72) ‘Furthermore, the lack of any other visual perspectives meant that the film could have been shot in Beirut, Cairo or Baghdad.’
  • 73) ‘This gives a panoramic perspective of the church as it spans across time and space.’
  • 74) ‘Windows had been covered, leaving only holes by which to look out at Vancouver from fixed perspectives.’
  • 75) ‘As well as providing the tropical touch, banana plants add height and perspective to borders and patios and conservatory displays.’
  • 76) ‘The artwork has to be able to point towards new perspectives and formulate new possibilities and new narratives.’
  • 77) ‘But what does a reading of these two books together do to contribute towards developing an anti-authoritarian perspective?’
  • 78) ‘It used to be a decent shelter, but from my perspective, the attitude of the management and the board is not what you want at a shelter.’
  • 79) ‘While we may not have control over everything in our lives, we do have control over our attitude and our perspective.’
  • 80) ‘It was a movement among a large layer of intellectuals who were drawn towards the socialist perspectives of the workers' movement.’
  • 81) ‘Several speakers offered perspectives on public policy toward addicts and addictions.’
  • 82) ‘The emphasis is not on the law though, but rather on the lawyers and their different perspectives and attitudes to life.’
  • 83) ‘Dazzlingly diverse, it is home to a wonderful mix of races, perspectives and attitudes.’
  • 84) ‘From a historical perspective, our attitudes about ‘what is art’ have changed from time to time.’
  • 85) ‘He is confident that this will profoundly affect the perspective paleontologists take towards dinosaur behavior.’
  • 86) ‘A company survey gave a new perspective on the attitudes, knowledge and emotions which form investor mistakes.’
  • 87) ‘In this paper I suggest an alternative perspective towards these assumptions.’
  • 88) ‘But they didn't follow this break by turning towards a revolutionary perspective.’
  • 89) ‘I have received feedback from one other person with regards to Monica's perspectives.’
  • 90) ‘Progress is slow when viewed from the perspective of one life.’
  • 91) ‘It just depends upon the perspective one would view it from.’
  • 92) ‘Journalists should not automatically view events from the perspective of prison management.’
  • 93) ‘This is precisely backward when viewed from the perspective of human liberty.’
  • 94) ‘The data helped us to better understand those programs and the participants' perspectives in regards to them.’
  • 95) ‘International politics can be seen from three perspectives: realist, liberal and culturalistic.’
  • 96) ‘It needs a common sense approach and a sense of perspective to the important things in life.’
  • 97) ‘Let's hope film-makers can acquire a similar sense of perspective before our collective memory is sold off to the highest bidder.’
  • 98) ‘Alternatively, to reflect on my death prompts a sense of perspective on what is important to do now, how to set my priorities, how to live authentically.’
  • 99) ‘It is very important to put into perspective just how important this bill is to New Zealand.’
  • 100) ‘I'm not sure the state is right to suspend the license in that situation, but I think it's important to keep a sense of perspective here.’
  • 101) ‘So, I mean, I think this is important to keep this in some sense of perspective.’
  • 102) ‘It keeps me grounded and gives me a sense of perspective.’
  • 103) ‘We have now reached the conclusion of this series and before we wrap up it is fitting for us to put into perspective the ground that we have covered.’
  • 104) ‘The combination of working class values and his artistic ability did give the musician a sense of perspective.’
  • 105) ‘Keep a sense of perspective when you are assessing the relative returns on offer from the various institutions.’
  • 106) ‘You can see where I lost my sense of perspective.’
  • 107) ‘In thinking about this issue I realize how some people need to speak about themselves to large groups of people in order to create a sense of perspective.’
  • 108) ‘We still have to keep a sense of perspective about this.’
  • 109) ‘Once a counselor has regressed, there is a loss of perspective and sense of consequences that may result in unsound judgment calls.’
  • 110) ‘Let's keep some sense of perspective about this.’
  • 111) ‘Lunching with one's classmates can help the undergraduate develop a sense of perspective about their studies.’
  • 112) ‘But she thinks her sense of perspective is returning, particularly when she looks at the twins currently sporting more hair than their mum.’
  • 113) ‘And if people have no sense of humor or no sense of perspective on that, my response is, it's about time to get a life.’
  • 114) ‘Adults seem to have lost their sense of perspective.’
  • 115) ‘While no-one doubts that it's a worrying time for students it is important that people adopt a sense of perspective in all of this.’

Examples

  • 1) He has already admitted being eager to impress individuals who he thought were prospective employers.
  • 2) The review also recommended that information about childhood convictions should not be disclosed by police to prospective employers except in exceptional circumstances.
  • 3) It is sending out non-disclosure agreements to prospective buyers this week.
  • 4) You have to take a look at the nature of your prospective employer.
  • 5) These must comply with the law and not mislead prospective buyers.
  • 6) The debt increases the risks for prospective owners.
  • 7) The prospective new members are already in the church building.
  • 8) Parents and prospective students should take note.
  • 9) This will give a prospective employer a clear idea of experience gained.
  • 10) Make sure that prospective buyers can make their way through the garden easily.
  • 11) It will also change his sales pitch for any prospective new signings.
  • 12) How then are we to make clear to prospective parents what ought to be expected of them?
  • 13) If it is good you can hand it out to prospective employers.
  • 14) But prospective students and parents want to understand their career prospects.
  • 15) The students have identified prospective bond purchases in education, solar energy and housing.
  • 16) You can answer questions from prospective buyers, sort viewings and receive feedback.
  • 17) The prospective buyer 's offer will reflect this cost.
  • 18) The drop is not being put down to prospective adoptive parents being less caring, though.
  • 19) As of last night, neither man had been spoken to by the club or their prospective owners.
  • 20) As for the prospective new owner, the only thing that mattered to him today was that result.
  • 21) I hoped it would make interesting and useful reading for any prospective medical student and their parents.
  • 22) A dog that appears to have a double nose is struggling to find a home after being overlooked by sniffy prospective owners.
  • 23) A new service for prospective husbands promises to conjure up the most romantic scenarios to pop the question and provide the ring.
  • 24) At the most popular universities, entry is increasingly subjective and it is important that prospective students present themselves in the best possible light.
  • 25) He and I used to interview prospective students.
  • 26) But the commute should be a bigger factor in prospective employment and in choosing where to live than it is.
  • 27) But a copy of the 123-page document obtained by The Wall Street Journal emphasizes the importance of giving certain prospective co-pilots flight-time "credits" for academic and other relevant experience.
  • 28) The series will consist of interviews with environmental thought leaders exploring environmental threats and potential solutions from a long-term prospective; we'll ask, What will the world look like in 2050 if we continue on our current path?
  • 29) They worry that paying donors will discourage altruistic people from signing up, possibly leading to an overall decline in prospective donors.
  • 30) In blind faith, you call the prospective doctors office and schedule the first appointment you can get.
  • 31) To put it in prospective … for goofing around or if I'm going to shoot in a situation where I wouldn't want to risk my DSLR's I have a Fuji S602Z.
  • 32) The next day I called his prospective school and talked to the principal.
  • 33) With a long term prospective of even greater disillusionment.
  • 34) By sitting with the mouth open, and by waggling the lure, they … err .. lure in prospective prey.
  • 35) ‘You are expected to ask the prospective candidates a technical question to judge their ability.’
  • 36) ‘In 1913, when it lay empty, two sisters visited to pose as prospective buyers.’
  • 37) ‘But it provided a conversation piece when the estate agent and prospective buyers came round.’
  • 38) ‘The ban is more of a political gimmick to create an electoral agenda by prospective candidates.’
  • 39) ‘Two prospective parliamentary candidates had added their voices to the debate.’
  • 40) ‘He said the trust interviews all prospective candidates who apply to live at the almshouses.’
  • 41) ‘Two kidney conditions that prospective buyers should be aware of are renal dysplasia and hereditary nephritis.’
  • 42) ‘Apparently it's riddled with asbestos and so dilapidated that prospective buyers are warned not to venture inside.’
  • 43) ‘I came home while one prospective buyer was still here and it hurt to watch her judge our house.’
  • 44) ‘One agency suggested that prospective adopters join Adoption U.K. for support and information.’
  • 45) ‘Bobbie and I are off to see our first prospective client.’
  • 46) ‘Contractually, there was a summer window where prospective employers could approach him.’
  • 47) ‘The instructor also saw them, and registered them as prospective students.’
  • 48) ‘Would it be normal or standard for most prospective tenants, when they put their names forward to be checked?’
  • 49) ‘Most prospective customers have long-term contracts with other suppliers and have to pay substantial fees to remove their boxes.’
  • 50) ‘Stylishly and simply decorated, this is a walk-in option for a prospective purchaser.’
  • 51) ‘But it is not only prospective customers who are tapping these sites.’
  • 52) ‘Be cautious: many busy prospective employers are turned off by unsolicited phone calls.’
  • 53) ‘The prospective employer should contact the state board of nursing for issues previously reported.’
  • 54) ‘The council holds regular information nights when prospective foster carers can find out more about what it entails.’
  • 55) ‘Clearly, the legislation is prospective, and in future that will be quite possible.’
  • 56) ‘Our study was designed as a prospective, randomised, double blind, placebo controlled trial.’
  • 57) ‘Although prospective in design these studies have methodological flaws.’
  • 58) ‘Of the three remaining, two used prospective cohort designs and the other a retrospective cohort design.’
  • 59) ‘Well one of the approaches that we're doing now is trying to do prospective mapping.’
  • 60) ‘One prospective study in the literature adds support to the hypothesis that discrimination affects psychological health.’
  • 61) ‘Most have been retrospective studies, with only one prospective study, and all were hospital based.’
  • 62) ‘Most prospective cohort studies and randomised controlled trials today include only individuals who are followed to observe outcomes.’
  • 63) ‘They also provide the first prospective evidence that sleep-disordered breathing precedes stroke and may contribute to the development of stroke.’
  • 64) ‘One of the major risks for introduction of bias is when prospective recruitment is needed.’
  • 65) ‘The studies were both retrospective and prospective in nature.’
  • 66) ‘So hold tight and expect prospective track listings in a week or two!’
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