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shawrtsahy tid nis

  • n  (ophthalmology) eyesight abnormality resulting from the eye's faulty refractive ability; distant objects appear blurred
  • n  a lack of prudence and care by someone in the management of resources

  • Because of his shortsightedness, other men's sons die, and Joe pins the crime on his partner.
  • This year, as every year, the struggle against disease was a grab bag of good and bad--vision and shortsightedness, courage and obtuseness, scientific masterstrokes and experiments .
  • The shortsightedness of indigenous leaders has angered the emergent middle classes and the burgeoning poor alike.
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  • WCW's Best That Never Was: Hogan-Goldberg Dream Match Aired on Free TV
    Tuesday, July 6 marked the 15th anniversary of the main event clash between Hulk Hogan and Bill Goldberg.  The two biggest stars in WCW clashed in a match that personified the very shortsightedness that would eventually cost WCW dearly.  In a testament to the missed opportunity on pay-per-view, the live gate on Nitro drew close to $1 million, yet it can easily be argued that WCW lost out on an ...
    July 7, 2013 - Bleacher Report

  • Sushil Kumar Modi in Hindu
    The weak financial management and shortsightedness on the decisions on economic affairs by the UPA government led by Manmohan Singh led to skyrocketing prices of essential commodities,Modi said in a press statement.
  • Paul Kanjorski in Los Angeles Times
    Feelings of anger, frustration and rage justifiably hang over this proceeding because of the recklessness of financial whiz kids, the greediness of Wall Street bankers, and the shortsightedness of our economic regulators,said Rep. Paul...
  • Linda Lingle in Pacific Business News
    The elimination of the tourism liaison position is politics at its worst and shows a tremendous shortsightedness on the part of the Senate Democrats,Lingle said just hours before the measure was to go to conference committee.

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