Around 60 percent of the American people supported this view in poll after poll.
Her next novel, The view from Penthouse B, and a collection of essays, I Can't Complain, will be published next spring.
Among the guests was a publisher who immediately approached her with a view to publishing the collection.
Lee is a patient storyteller with a distanced, mostly omniscient point of view.
A view looking beyond the spires of Notre Dame reveals the urban chaos about to be demolished.
Read the first part of this sonnet, with a view to Perspective.
By this is meant the world which costs no money to view—the world of the street.
At length Rollo called out to tell his uncle that the city was in view.
The Romans seem to have adopted the Greek view, but they were prepared for it by militarism.
There was a little shed out there, though, and by climbing on that I could get a view.
early 14c., "formal inspection or survey" (of land); mid-14c., "visual perception," from Anglo-French vewe "view," from Old French veue, noun use of fem. past participle of veoir "to see," from Latin videre "to see" (see vision). Sense of "manner of regarding something" first recorded early 15c. Meaning "sight or prospect of a landscape, etc." is recorded from c.1600.