in plain sight

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Then, again, it would never do in plain sight of the world's riveted eyes, it would never do, I say, for this straddling captain to be seen steadying himself the slightest particle by catching hold of anything with his hands; indeed, as token of his entire, buoyant self-command, he generally carries his hands in his trowsers' pockets; but perhaps being generally very large, heavy hands, he carries them there for ballast.
An interval passed and the boats were in plain sight, in the act of being dragged right towards the ship by the towing whale.
You are in plain sight of the village, and I know that Judge Temple is determined to prosecute all, indiscriminately, who kill deer out of season.
The moment that my pursuers reached this straight stretch I would be in plain sight of them, with no chance to escape from the corridor undetected.
Oh, you're a high-grade machine, with the writing in plain sight," the Philadelphian yawned.
Dead bodies must either get up and walk away in plain sight or be carried off, either by stage hands, or, as part of the action, by other characters in the play.
Mas'r Haley, and me, and Andy, we comes up to de little tavern by the river, and I rides a leetle ahead,--(I's so zealous to be a cotchin' Lizy, that I couldn't hold in, no way),--and when I comes by the tavern winder, sure enough there she was, right in plain sight, and dey diggin' on behind.
The main body still was in plain sight, and as the frightened man voiced a piercing shriek of terror, they looked back to see his body rise as though by magic straight into the air and disappear amidst the leafy foliage above.
The stand-alone Hiding in Plain Sight examines grief, responsibility, sexuality, and identity in the wake of a family tragedy.
Police departments throughout the region are restating the message they have been saying for years: Do not leave your cars unlocked and do not leave valuables in plain sight.
In Plain Sight includes not only public artworks from the '30s and '40s, but also such modern installations as the vibrant Chromatic Gate by environmental artist Herbert Bayer.