When we were near point Icacos we saw a school of whales, but, not having the whale-boat or gun ready, we did not go in chase.
The scene, regarded from a near point of view, was frightful.
But the people who gather round and look on from a near point of view are very grave, and mean the affair to be so.
It is low and very sandy, but rises gradually to a level country of the same description as that near point Riley.
Get around there, said Blanche, waving back to the near point.
They were all big men—the finest we saw anywhere excepting the two near point Massie, and most of them had a marked Jewish look.
near point Acland several snow huts and a number of natives were met with on the 30th of April (p. 396).
The travellers reached the head of the valley, and examined from a near point the enormous dome.
It cannot exist in some animals, such as birds and fishes, because they cannot converge their two optical axes upon a near point.
Around the near point of land, a quarter of a mile away and skirting the reef, a long black canoe paddled into sight.
near point n.
The nearest point of distinct vision.