Recent Examples of sight unseen from the Web
Many Rajputs, a powerful community mostly from Rajasthan, have objected to the film, mostly sight unseen.
During this stage of football’s evolution, there were still scouts timing the 40-yard dashes of collegiate prospects by hand, and teams drafting players sight unseen based on stats from newspaper clippings.
That's logical, given that consumers are buying an increasing amount of merchandise sight unseen.
One lesson for moderate Republicans is that no dilution or revision will placate the left, which has panned Graham-Cassidy as evil and heartless sight unseen.
Contrary to that advice, far too many people around the world poured money sight unseen into derelict Detroit houses, hoping to make a painless profit.
Look for a repeat of the parking meter sale in which Mayor Richard M. Daley strong-armed the City Council into approving a deal virtually sight unseen.
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