from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The act of catching sight of something, especially something unusual or searched for: a sighting of a whale in the harbor; a reported sighting of a UFO.
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- n. The act of catching sight of something, especially something searched for
- v. Present participle of sight.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- a. & n. from sight, v. t.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of observing
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The _sighting notch_ in the slide with the rear sight leaf down, is the same height as is the sighting in the drift slide when the rear sight leaf is raised and set at 530 yards.
The short-sighting is only a step along the way to sighting it in at the desired "routine" distance (100 to 200 yards, depending on the gun).
With the rollout of Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story, continuing through the end of November (click here for screening locator), a classical music sighting is made that the famous 18th century philosopher Moses Mendelssohn would have been proud of.
This offers a unique opportunity to see all kinds of wildlife coming into the "Deer Gold" Kernal corn: birds, turkeys, squirrels, and maybe even harvest a nice deer. with bait one can almost guaranteed daily deer sighting from the blind.
This track made a sighting from the center unlikely, but that loss was tempered by the distinctive double sonic boom that literally shakes the sky as she comes thru the sound barrier on final approach.
The sighting is the first ever live wild mountain lion documentation in Kansas although many other reports have been received in the past.
AND no one from FOX, Tea party or the GOP will take responsibility, for in sighting this angrer
Although I agree with the spirit of his statement, I think that when a sighting is reviewed scientifically, the believers are not swayed in any case.
(Incident-Based): This is generally a "just-the-facts" style book, providing the details in sighting reports or interviews, without much speculation.
"Every piece of sign and every sighting is crucial," Kisky says.