Nauscopy

Naus'co·py noun [ Greek ... ship + - scopy : confer French nauscopie .] (Nautical) The power or act of discovering ships or land at considerable distances.
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Nauscopy

• (n.) The power or act of discovering ships or land at considerable distances. • (n.) The power or act of discovering ships or land at considerable distances.
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nauscopy

nauscopia, nauscopy The power or act of discovering ships or land at considerable distances.
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nauscopy

purported method for observing ships or land beyond the horizon
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