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come into sight

To suddenly emerge or become visible. I wasn't sure what the bunny was running from, until a dog came into sight.
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come into sight

 and come into view
to become visible; to move closer so as to be seen. The tall buildings of the city came into sight first. A large herd of elephants came into view in the distance.
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It was as if, at moments, we were perpetually coming into sight of subjects before which we must stop short, turning suddenly out of alleys that we perceived to be blind, closing with a little bang that made us look at each other--for, like all bangs, it was something louder than we had intended--the doors we had indiscreetly opened.
At last, as the bridge at Walton was coming into sight round the bend, my fever and faintness overcame my fears, and I landed on the Middlesex bank and lay down, deadly sick, amid the long grass.
We made splendid headway on the trip, coming into sight of land at last.
Bert saw nothing then of the second fleet of the Asiatics, though probably that was coming into sight of the Germans at the time, in the north-west.
With 2018 elections coming into sight, the clock is ticking - and the trial could set the stage for shaking up races across the state.
More hard fighting still lies ahead, but the end is coming into sight for the medieval caliphate's domination of Mosul.
Rangers remain eight points ahead of Hibs, who have a game in hand, and the former Ireland Under-21 starlet admits he can now see the end of the campaign coming into sight.
Orange haze from the industries of Avonmouth, Portishead and Weston-super-Mare over the water are just coming into sight as I go to speak and then don't.
Even though technical charts are showing some signs of overheating, the market's upward trend remains intact with the 15,000 mark coming into sight," Takashi Hiroki, chief strategist at Monex Inc.
But the secular trend toward retirement income is coming into sight, and it is one more straw in the wind as to the growing relevance of insurance in the asset management space.
Achieving its targeted global sales of 16 million by the end of March is coming into sight,'' said Etsuko Tamura, an analyst at Mizuho Investors Securities Co.
As you drive around the city, the company's distinctive blue logo is forever coming into sight, cropping up on the walls of traditional red-bricked buildings and on a growing number of modern manufacturing facilities.
MAN OF THE MATCH: Andy Carroll CHRIS DICKSON WE are starting to show the form that characterised the first half of the season, and with the finishing post coming into sight, the timing is excellent.
Going missed was a combination of confusion and frustration, with the runway coming into sight as I executed the missed.