A birds-eye view from the opposite hills shows that there is scarcely a patch of ground which is not built upon.
The common variety is worth from $110 to $150 per 1000 feet, and the birds-eye, or figured mahogany, commands almost any price.
There exists a birds-eye view of the city, probably done by an English hand, in 1544.
From this elevation a birds-eye glance of the whole of the buildings may be obtained.
Birds-eye wipe, a handkerchief of any colour, containing white spots.
Spain is pre-eminently a land of ample horizons, of panoramas, and birds-eye views.
Thats the way it is with rocks; they look different in a birds-eye view.
What a birds-eye view of “the Bend” would be like is a matter of bewildering conjecture.
Let us take with him a birds-eye view of what may be regarded as an epitome of human history.
So of birds-eye maple for cabinet ware, red elm for carriage hubs, and other varieties applicable to specific uses.