Appears out of thin air - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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appear out of thin air
To materialize suddenly or unexpectedly, as from nothing. You need to work hard—opportunities don't just appear out of thin air.
appear, etc. out of thin ˈair appear, etc. suddenly from nowhere or nothing: The car seemed to appear out of thin air. I didn’t have time to brake. ♢ She seems to conjure wonderful costumes out of thin air.
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Hitachi's new, innovative imaging system's unique ability to generate colorful, sharp presentations on a transparent surface that seemingly appears out of thin air
is truly revolutionary.