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We had a spectacular view of the mountains from our room.
The new highrise is going to block our view.
We kept the other car in view for a while, but then lost sight of it.
The showers were in full view of (=easily seen by) everyone in the pool.
The castle came into view (=became able to be seen) as we turned the corner.
Jill and I have somewhat different views on the election.
asking him his views about global warming
It's our view that women should get paid the same as men.
How important was it, in your view, that the two leaders had a good personal relationship?
In view of the shortage of time, each person may only speak for five minutes.
My boss takes a dim view of anyone who arrives late for meetings.
They bought the building with a view to converting it into vacation homes.
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