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  • s  abnormal ability to focus of distant objects

  • If you're farsighted, or hyperopic, on the other hand, the focal point for distant objects is fine, while the one for close sources actually falls behind the retina.
  • From the appearance of her eyes in the accompanying photograph, I would suggest that the Judge is hyperopic, not myopic; in other words "farsighted" not "near-sighted.

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