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onsight
 n.— «Onsight: The best kind of flash—bottom to top without falling, in the first try, without the benefit of beta.» —“Why indoor rock climbing is the height of fashion” by Sharon Doyle Driedger Maclean’s (Can.) Sept. 18, 1995. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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