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sighted

sahy tuhd

  • v  catch sight of; to perceive with the eyes
  • v  take aim by looking through the sights of a gun (or other device)
  • a  able to see

  • The work invokes an elegant double blindness: Nigenda needs a sighted person to describe the photo, but the sighted rely on him to read the Braille.
  • We're here to be able to live a life as full as any sighted person's.
  • The ones who received silvers, whether blind or sighted, were significantly more likely to display social or lying smiles those in which only the mouth muscles are engaged.
News & Articles

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    If any issue has seem short-sighted each state budget season, it's been the habit of dipping into the Special Transportation Fund to fill financial gaps needed elsewhere.
    June 13, 2013 - Stamford Advocate
  • Tornado sirens, heavy rains threaten area, cancel Elgin City Council meeting
    Weather spotters and Facebook posts from area residents said tornado sirens were sounding in and around Burlington, Pingree Grove and West Dundee Wednesday night as severe weather rolled through the Chicago area. Both a trained and an untrained weather spotter had sighted a tornado near Burlington High School but later decided that sighting was unfounded, according to reports from area fire ...
    June 12, 2013 - The Courier News
  • Bear Sighted By 2 Walking Greenway In Greensboro
    Two people walking on the Greensboro Greenway Monday evening sighted a bear in a residential area.
    June 11, 2013 - WFMY News 2 Greensboro
Quotes

  • Irene Khan in BBC News
    Through short-sighted, fear-mongering and divisive policies, governments are undermining the rule of law and human rights, feeding racism and xenophobia,Ms Khan said.
  • Terry Francona in Boston Herald
    I think sometimes you can get short-sighted if the need for panic arises, like perceived panic,Red Sox manager Terry Francona said yesterday. "If you lose a couple of games, everybody wants you to immediately change what you've set...
  • Ed Stelmach in Toronto Star
    As future generations look back at today I believe they will see that we were fair and reasonable - not greedy or short-sighted,Stelmach said. "I am confident we have made the right decisions for today and for Alberta's future."

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