• When people began sailing out of sight of land, sailors did not know how to tell where they were on the open sea.

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  • We've used the fundamental equations that are hiding down here, out of sight but never out of mind.


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  • On the other hand, if out of sight out of mind, they should expect the screen to keep going.


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  • They went flying down the path and out of sight.

    VOA: special.2010.01.30

  • It would go out of his sight, and then it would pass again going back down to the table.


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  • Its speed increased. Soon,it was out of sight.

    VOA: special.2009.06.17

  • Then it's sort of...you can get out of hand I think India so far is leaning also towards bringing down barriers and opening their sight of economy as well.


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  • about the health of Kim Jong Il. The North Korean leader remained out of sight for a number of significant occasions, including the launch of a long-range rocket that angered the international community.

    VOA: standard.2009.12.30

  • And even six-month-olds are sensitive to these rudimentary facts of arithmetic, telling us something about their mathematical knowledge, but also telling us something about that they expect things to remain when they're out of sight.


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  • John Butterfield ordered his men never to let the mail out of their sight.

    VOA: special.2010.04.26

  • And to start with some real examples, a lot of this infant research has gone back to the Piagetian question of object permanence, asking, "Is it really true babies don't know that objects remain even when they're out of sight?"


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