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A vision, a view presented to the mind in prospect or in retrospect by the imagination

dim vistas of the past.

A site offering such a view
A distant view or prospect, especially one seen through some opening, avenue or a passage
a view or prospect
{n} a walk or prospect through trees
A vista is a vision of a situation or of a range of possibilities. These uprisings come from desperation and a vista of a future without hope. = vision
A distant view or prospect, especially one seen through some opening
{i} prospect; (from Italian) view, sight, panorama; comprehensive mental view of a visualized future situation or event which will happen in the future
A prepared Health Plan providing services to Medicaid recipients in Travis County See also Prepared Health Plan
a long view into the countryside
Volunteer in Service to America
Visible and Infrared Survey Telescope for Astronomy
Volunteers in Service to America, a federal volunteer service that places people of all ages in community-based organizations
Volunteers in Service to America
VIS-te city; "View" in Spanish
the visual percept of a region; "the most desirable feature of the park are the beautiful views"
The Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture (VISTA), within the Department of Veterans Affairs, is the component of the Veterans Health Administration that develops software and installs, maintains, and updates compatible computer systems in VA medical facilities (Previously known as the Decentralized Hospital Computer Program [DHCP] )
Habilitaci n que se fija a la cara interna de la tapa del caj n de cigarros
A view; especially, a view through or between intervening objects, as trees; a view or prospect through an avenue, or the like; hence, the trees or other objects that form the avenue
A view or prospect through or as through an avenue, trees that form an avenue
Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture VISTA is the primary repository of clinical, administrative/financial, and infrastructure data in VA It consists of computer systems at each VA medical center and the national network that links them Within each VISTA implementation is a large number of separate 'modules' or 'packages' designed to store data on a particular subject and to produce management reports
A narrow view past a series of landmarks Compare view
An enclosed view, usually long and narrow
A point or area along a route of travel which affords a panoramic, unusual, or highly pleasant view
A vista is a view from a particular place, especially a beautiful view from a high place. From my bedroom window I looked out on a crowded vista of hills and rooftops. = panorama
Boa Vista
State capital of Roraima (Brazil)
hasta la vista
See you later

The Terminator: Hasta la vista, baby.

Montemar Vista
(Coğrafya) A fashionable residential area outside Los Angeles
Alta Vista
very powerful Internet search engine (Internet)
Battle of Buena Vista
v. Battle fought in 1847 near Monterrey, Mexico, in the Mexican War. A U.S. force of 5,000 commanded by Gen. Zachary Taylor and assisted by Jefferson Davis invaded northern Mexico and engaged a Mexican force of 14,000 under Gen. Antonio Santa Anna. The U.S. forces repulsed the Mexican attack, and the Mexicans retreated with 1,500 casualties. Taylor's victory helped him win the 1848 U.S. presidential election
Buena Vista
{i} place in north Mexico where the American forces led by Zachary Taylor defeated the Mexican forces in battle during the Mexican War in 1847; village in Saskatchewan (Canada); name of several places in the United States
Chula Vista
City (pop., 2000: 173,556), southwestern California, U.S. It lies on the eastern shore of San Diego Bay south of San Diego. Laid out in 1888 by the Santa Fe Railway and named for its "pretty view," it developed as a citrus centre, later turned to truck gardening, and is now primarily residential
Windows Vista
{i} (Computers) "next generation" version of Microsoft Windows Operating System used on personal computers
buena vista
in 1847 United States forces under Zachary Taylor defeated Mexican forces under Santa Anna in the Mexican War
plural of vista