in sight
phrasal at or within a reasonable distance or time

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Enemy in Sight (card game) — Enemy in Sight is a card game simulating Napoleonic Era naval warfare. Players assemble fleets from historical ships of the period and attempt to sink or capture enemy ships. The game was published by Avalon Hill in 1981. See also *Wooden Ships… …   Wikipedia

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