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1 My companion suggested that we park out of sight of passing traffic to avoid attracting attention.
2 But the most exciting things of all are out of sight of the village itself.
3 She walked along the seafront until she was out of sight of the house.
4 I stood at the edge of the drive, out of sight of the approaching runner.
5 He checked to be sure he was out of sight of the other passengers in the lounge.
6 They were out of sight of the guv'nor, so she yelled at Billy Liar and cracked him one behind the saddle.
7 Then we moved to a bungalow, marginally out of sight of the rugged coastline.
8 In the second room, they remain out of sight of anyone allowed to watch the procedure.
9 We dodged behind a pillar out of sight of the tourists.
10 He thought of how some men feared being out of sight of land in a small boat and knew they were right in the months of sudden bad weather.
11 The next morning we were out of sight of land.
12 The learner was kept out of sight of the participants so they came to their own assumptions about the pain they were causing.
13 The low-income neighborhoods, out of sight of most visitors, are still struggling.
14 Back out of sight of the aunt, when her satisfaction with the goods to the destination, back when the face but with a satisfied smile, I think this is a harvest joy.
15 When the Kelveys were well out of sight of Burnells', they sat down to rest on a big red drain-pipe by the side of the road.
16 My garage is tucked round the back, well out of sight of the road but, equally,[www.Sentencedict.com] far enough from the flats to potentially interest an opportunistic thief.
17 The Phoenicians and Polynesians sailed out of sight of land and used the stars to set their course.
18 The compass made possible navigation out of sight of land.
19 But out of sight of his white friends, mother, and grandparents, Barry struggled to understand what being African-American meant.
20 They concealed the horses and made camp among the trees, out of sight of anyone who chanced to pass during the night.
21 His father was facing dead ahead, as if still in open water out of sight of land.
22 It is not heart-felt, and the two opponents will happily chat away out of sight of the cameras afterwards.
23 He would punch and kick me as soon as we were out of sight of the teachers.
24 In one of the passes they pulled off the paved highway and parked out of sight of it, among limestone boulders.
25 One bound over the dam and the deer is out of sight of an intruder.
26 Then the van was leaping over rough ground, getting out of sight of the road.
27 The neighborhood's main attraction, however, is Glen Canyon Park, a 70-acre swath of city-owned wilderness nestled in a sweeping ravine and just out of sight of several major roads.
28 Marius, also warned, and, in accordance with the deep law of God, by that same Mother Nature, did all he could to keep out of sight of "the father."
29 The other rule goes for those who do have a garden, yard, or side lane in which to keep their bike: even if it's out of sight of the road, it still needs to be locked up to something.
30 Men who can eat anything they want and not gain weight should do it out of sight of women.
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