From this vantage point, the Kevorkian film marks the dawn of a new phase for Pacino.
But nor could one entirely imagining the world today from the vantage point of 1945.
A ride in a ski lift crafted to look like a flying hot-air balloon even brought visitors to the vantage point of a flying monkey.
From my Freudian vantage point, the article seems to give us a unique portrait of the libertarian as a young man.
From our vantage point, it's easy to forget that in her time Parks was seen as a controversial troublemaker.
His point of vantage was in the approximate center of an island of sand and shingle, a mile long, perhaps, by half a mile wide.
Only I remained to think it over and ask myself, could I let go my vantage ground?
Tresler had come over by himself, leaving Jake to watch the proceedings from the vantage ground of the rise toward the house.
The lake was too broad to swim—there was no island, no point of vantage.
Meanwhile Clara stood at a point of vantage, watching developments.