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    lose sight of (something)
    to forget something, to fail to see something
    "Don't lose sight of the reason that you are planning to take the class."

    He was handed ________ to the police, who charged him with murder

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    Both canned and frozen peas may contain relatively high levels of sodium. Unless labeled as low sodium or reduced sodium or containing 50% less sodium or something similar, you can expect to find 650800 milligrams of sodium in one cup of canned green peas. Some of this sodium can be removed by thorough rinsing, and we definitely encourage you to do so. Reduced sodium canned peas will often bring the sodium content down to 250300 milligrams of sodium. Even in this case, you can lower the sodium even further by thoroughly rinsing the peas. In the case of frozen green peas, its not uncommon to find 300 milligrams of sodium in one cup of frozen green peas

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