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out of sight, out of mind

not ​able to be ​seen, and so not ​thought about: Problems in ​remoteplaces can be out of ​sight, out of ​mind for many ​people.
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out of sight, out of mind

saying said to ​emphasize that when something or someone cannot be ​seen, it is ​easy to ​forget it, him, or her
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