The distant vision of a frog is better than its near vision.
For decades, much of the city's 578-mile shoreline was only a distant vision for most people.
Democracy remains a distant vision in most of the Arab world, but a crucially important one.
The elders all looked up, their eyes no longer glazed with the distant vision.
Still, almost four years after Dayton, a multi-ethnic state remains a distant vision.
The distant vision came again, but only vaguely now that Caliban was not at her eyes.
He seemed to face a distant vision, not the Nechti captain at all.
Her eyes, that had gone to feast upon some distant vision, came back to his unwaveringly.
But the land fog did cut off any distant vision.
Without turning from the distant vision of an old and red- booted man, he knows she has smiled.