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Meanings and phrases
- an instance of visual perception
- anything that is seen
- the ability to see; the visual faculty; vision; visual sense; visual modality
- a range of mental vision
- the range of vision; ken
- the act of looking or seeing or observing; view; survey
- (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent; batch; deal; flock; good deal; great deal; hatful; heap; lot; mass; mess; mickle; mint; mountain; muckle; passel; peck; pile; plenty; pot; quite a little; raft; slew; spate; stack; tidy sum; wad
- catch sight of; to perceive with the eyes; spy
- take aim by looking through the sights of a gun (or other device)
- an arrangement of sights that makes possible the rapid aiming of a firearm at short ranges; battlesight
- see something for a brief time; get a look; catch a glimpse
- at or within a reasonable distance for seeing
- an imaginary straight line along which an observer looks; line of vision
- Once line of sight is restored, charging resumes.
- The area typically has a clear line of sight to the main stage.
- NGC 691 itself is a spiral galaxy slightly inclined to our line of sight.
- rear gunsight having an open notch instead of a peephole or telescope
- gunsight (a telescopic device for an artillery piece) that can be rotated horizontally in a full circle
- rear gunsight having an adjustable eyepiece with a small aperture through which the front sight and the target are aligned
- apparent power to perceive things that are not present to the senses; clairvoyance; extrasensory perception; E.S.P.; ESP
- a draft payable on presentation; sight draft
- a draft payable on presentation; sight bill
- a joke whose effect is achieved by visual means rather than by speech (as in a movie); visual joke
- the adjustment of a gunsight for elevation and windage on a particular range under favorable light conditions
- gunsight consisting of a telescope on a firearm for use as a sight; telescopic sight
- gunsight consisting of a telescope on a firearm for use as a sight; telescope sight
- It also features a double square bridge for mounting a telescopic sight.
- This rifle comes with one-piece dural telescopic sight mount with a 30 mm diameter.
- 1P78-1 Kashtan 1P78 is one of the newer optics (telescopic sight) to be supplied to the Russian Armed Forces.
- When they finally meet, it is love at first sight.
- For Gerardo and Jonas it was love at first sight.
- According to the couple, it was love at first sight.
- They drifted within sight of the island but were unable to reach it.
- On 16 December 1515, Afonso de Albuquerque died within sight of Goa.
- A confluence is primary only if it is on land or within sight of land.
- Herons, kingfishers and dippers are now a common sight.
- Peacocks are also a very common sight here.
- Rice, jute, mustard and sugarcane plantations are a common sight.
- Two in the Propert collection have been lost sight of.
- It was also during this time that he lost sight in his right eye.
- Another report said he also lost sight of the light at south head.
- His firing eye looks through or just over the rear sight aperture.
- The rear sight was available in 'standard' or with the 'Williams' adjustable ramp.
- They usually also have a peep sight (rear sight) built into the string, which aids in a consistent anchor point.
- He uses the front sight post to aim at the target.
- The front sight is a post adjustable for elevation in the field.
- Globe front sight inserts used in IBU competitions usually have aperture openings between 2.8 and 3.4 mm.
- Pearls are hidden in plain sight.
- She then comes up with a plan for them to hide in plain sight like Wolverine did.
- Savile's celebrity status meant that he was considered to have been "hiding in plain sight".