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far-sighted

Med of, relating to, or suffering from hyperopia
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Bangladesh emerged as an impendent country on the world map in 1971 under courageous and farsighted leadership of Bangabandhu." He urged the young generation to follow the ideology of Bangabandhu to build an economically advanced country.
To further compare the difference between the myopic and farsighted behaviors, Benchekroun et al.
It is too early to recommend that all farsighted children get glasses, says Kulp, but she hopes this research, the first large-scale study to look at farsightedness and reading readiness in this age group, is an Important step In clearing up the uncertainty.
"At this critical time in the global dialogue around sustainability and clean energy, the UAE has shown farsighted leadership in ensuring innovation plays a central role in addressing the world's common concerns.
I like the last paragraph where it says: "If this unending blight is to be stopped, it must start with a capable, aggressive and farsighted leader at the top." It's a pretty strong statement.
He said that Quaid-e-Azam Solar Energy Park is evident of farsighted vision of Prime Minister Mohammad Nawaz Sharif.
He also praised the invitation extended to all SRC nations' leaders to the oath taking ceremony, calling it a farsighted move.
RAWALPINDI -- Acute shortage of water in Dhok Jumma has multiplied miseries of residents while women and children are forced to bring water from farsighted areas.
ON July 29, 2009, Ray Mallon gave a farsighted prediction of future council cuts.
PAT Nevin believes Celtic's pursuit of Swansea manager Roberto Martinez is a "farsighted" policy designed to maximise their efficiency in emerging transfer markets.
"Are we ready to make a profound revision in the dominant development model, to correct it in a farsighted and concerted way?" he asked.
Most farsighted innovations are deemed to be "illegal," and that means more work for guess who?