Vision

Vision or visions may refer to:

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Other articles related to "vision":

Global Information Grid - Vision
... The fog of war would be lifted by seamless communication between unit members, off site detection devices, and commanders operating behind the line ... Improved coordination may also assist in delivering appropriate firepower or other tangible assets to first responders during domestic attacks and natural disasters worldwide ...
International Year Of Astronomy - Intended Purpose - Vision
... The vision of IYA2009 was to help people rediscover their place in the Universe through the sky, and thereby engage a personal sense of wonder and ...
Vision - Other Uses
... Vision (Italian think tank) Vision (nightclub) Vision Australia, a blindness organisation Vision Brisbane, a planned skyscraper in Australia Vision Montreal, a political party ...
Wisconsin Gubernatorial Election, 2006 - Polling
... Source Date Doyle (D) Green (R) WISC-TV November 2, 2006 50% 44% Strategic Vision October 31, 2006 47% 45% Zogby/WSJ October 31, 2006 46.7% 47.2% Badger Poll October 30, 2006 50% 36 ... March 29 - April 7, 2006 43% 35% Rasmussen March 29, 2006 45% 40% Strategic Vision March 8, 2006 44% 44% Rasmussen Feb 7, 2006 48% 41% Strategic Vision Feb 1, 2006 44% 43% Strategic Vision Dec 22, 2005 45% 43 ...
ESTIEM - Activities and Projects - The Vision Seminar
... Vision is a Europe-wide seminar series aiming to discuss an IEM-related topic among students and facilitators ... The Vision seminars offer lectures, workshops and case studies held by professors, businessmen, and other facilitators ... inter cultural relationships, completes Vision's purpose ...

Famous quotes containing the word vision:

    The difference between human vision and the image perceived by the faceted eye of an insect may be compared with the difference between a half-tone block made with the very finest screen and the corresponding picture as represented by the very coarse screening used in common newspaper pictorial reproduction. The same comparison holds good between the way Gogol saw things and the way average readers and average writers see things.
    Vladimir Nabokov (1899–1977)

    In the works of man, everything is as poor as its author; vision is confined, means are limited, scope is restricted, movements are labored, and results are humdrum.
    Joseph De Maistre (1753–1821)

    The liveliness of literature lies in its exceptionality, in being the individual, idiosyncratic vision of one human being, in which, to our delight and great surprise, we may find our own vision reflected.
    Salman Rushdie (b. 1947)