long-sighted


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long-sighted

related to or suffering from hyperopia
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It needs a good dose of long-sighted compassion, and who better than Tibet's Nobel Peace Prize winner to provide it," Brown said.
The most long-sighted investors will turn events as have occurred in Egypt into an opportunity," Steven Worboys, managing director of Experience International, said.
LONG SIGHTEDNESS People who are long-sighted are unable to focus on near objects, making reading difficult.
He is also a meticulous planner and has some forthright and long-sighted views.
His long-sighted product leadership will drive the adoption of the InstaVista[TM] platform and will be instrumental in building Anametrix as a billion dollar business analytics technology company.
As long-sighted folk may miss what's under their nose and the short-sighted fail to see the bigger picture, is that because she's small?
Looking at another picture, of a Ghanian woman in her sixties, Ken said: "This granny was very long-sighted but she'd never had a pair of glasses in her life.
Although ABF is a global company, it is still a family-owned business, and is known for its long-sighted approach and maturity.
Deterioration in eyesight is part of life and over a third of the UK population are either short or long-sighted but just because the problem is common it does not necessarily make it easier to deal with.
Another convert to contact lenses is long-sighted Michael Elliott, of Cambois, Northumberland.
Thousands of short and long-sighted people are undergoing the operations, which are now available on most high streets.