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see of

vb
(tr, preposition) to meet; be in contact with: we haven't seen much of him since he got married.
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22] Galileo wanted to demonstrate in The Starry Messenger that what human eyes could see of the heavens was indeed limited, but not in the ways that the Greeks or previous illustrators thought.