appear\ on\ the\ horizon


appear\ on\ the\ horizon
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  • appear on the horizon — come into view in the distance …   English contemporary dictionary

  • The Mysteries of the Horizon — Infobox Painting| backcolor=#FBF5DF painting alignment=right image size=300px title=The Mysteries of the Horizon artist=René Magritte year=1955 type=Oil on canvas height=50 width=65 height inch=19.69 width inch = 25.59 diameter cm = diameter inch …   Wikipedia

  • cloud on the horizon —    If you can see a problem ahead, you can call it a cloud on the horizon.   (Dorking School Dictionary)    ***    A problem or difficulty that is predictable, or seems likely to arise in the future, is called a cloud on the horizon.     They are …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • cloud on the horizon — a problem that could appear in the future The only cloud on the horizon for the team is the age of its key players. • • • Main Entry: ↑cloud …   Useful english dictionary

  • No Line on the Horizon — For the title track of this album, see No Line on the Horizon (song). No Line on the Horizon …   Wikipedia

  • on the horizon — likely to happen or appear soon. There are no new drugs on the horizon to treat this disease. Related vocabulary: a cloud on the horizon Etymology: based on the literal meaning of horizon (= the place in the distance where the earth and sky seem… …   New idioms dictionary

  • The Renegade (Camus short story) — The Renegade (Fr. Le renégat ) is a short story written in 1957. It is the second short story published in the volume Exile and the Kingdom by Albert Camus.Plot summaryThe Renegade is one of the most obscure and confusing of the short stories… …   Wikipedia

  • horizon — {<charset c=U><HR> } 01. The sailors watched the [horizon] for signs of the pirate ships. 02. Dark clouds appeared on the [horizon]; a storm was coming. 03. The citizens of Tokyo fled in terror when Godzilla appeared on the [horizon] …   Grammatical examples in English

  • horizon — n. 1) (fig.) to broaden one s horizons 2) on the horizon (to appear on the horizon) * * * [hə raɪz(ə)n] (fig.) to broaden one s horizons on the horizon (to appear on the horizon) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • Horizon (disambiguation) — Horizon is the line at which the sky and the earth s surface appear to meet.Horizon or horizons may also refer to:Business* Horizon Global, a corporation specializing in media compression technology, peer to peer video telephony, and video on… …   Wikipedia

  • Horizon problem — The horizon problem is a problem with the standard cosmological model of the Big Bang which was identified in the 1970s. It points out that different regions of the universe have not contacted each other due to the great distances between them,… …   Wikipedia