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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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The moment she comes into sight she looks at the post- office and sees him.
As Laurelie moves toward recovery and reconnection she also finds her voice as an artist, and a sense of purpose, maybe even a future, comes into sight. Then the child goes missing in the woods, threatening the bobcat, the hiker, and the fragile peace Laurelie has constructed.
In the middle of nowhere, sand stretches ahead of you for miles before this ferocious fortress comes into sight. The fortress' beauty lies in its lonesomeness, and you can approach it on a camel-back at a leisurely pace.
After hiking for about 20 minutes on the rugged section of the trail, alongside numerous water cascades, the spectacular waterfall comes into sight. It has an impressive amount of water, especially when considering its coastal location and elevation.
"Yet when Wembley comes into sight it is a different situation.
Twenty minutes on, the first traffic jam comes into sight. "There's no truck nostalgia involved here anymore," he says.
Blanche comes into sight carrying a suitcase, full of tawdry things from her past, cheap rhinestone tiaras and shabby feather boas.
Teams of talented student engineers from around the globe are set to race towards the future at Silverstone as the 20th anniversary of Formula Student UK comes into sight.
Passing the office and scale house, the top of the asphalt plant becomes visible, then comes into sight; and as the haul road rounds to the left, the centrally located aggregates plant drops material onto the ground.
Need a quick run-down of where things stand as the finish line comes into sight? Read Texas Tribune reporter Patrick Svitek on the high-stakes negotiations still pending on a pair of big-ticket items.
God knows how to navigate our communities "through the tumult and the strife," and our vowed commitment to God will demand of us a trusting, faith-filled presence to what is happening; a vigilance in monitoring the good health of our sisters, ministries and institutions; and a capacity to endure a great deal of turmoil as the "new" comes into sight.
Driving along the Umm Suqeim road extension within Dubailand, a vast stretch of land comes into sight where more than 6,000 construction professionals are working continuously to give shape to one of the most luxurious master-planned communities in Dubai.
The tax-collection spree by the federal government in Islamabad and even the provinces is hitting whatever comes into sight. Take the case of imposition of a five per cent tax on fees sent abroad the students' education institutions.