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long-sighted

related to or suffering from hyperopia
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These days, experts seem to agree that the industry is more long-sighted when it comes to quality, a sharp contrast to pre-2008 sentiments.
Lengthening mascaras can make lashes look spidery, especially under long-sighted or reading lenses because of the magnification.
The menu changes every week, so those very hard to read pencil-on-card information signs could become very annoying, especially if you get stuck behind someone long-sighted with dietary concerns.
BERLIN, Feb 17 (Reuters) -- European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker told Germany's Bild daily that Europe is making progress in tackling the migrant crisis and praised Chancellor Angela Merkel for sticking to "long-sighted" policies in the face of criticism.
Ageing Indian people tend to deal more with long-sighted vision, whereas more children and teenagers tend to be short-sighted.
Ageing Thai people tend to deal more with long-sighted vision, whereas more Thai children and teenagers tend to have short-sighted issues.
The chairman's long-sighted policy of forging links with some of Europe's biggest clubs is paying off, as did the employment on an advisory basis of former Chelsea and Manchester United chiefexecutive Peter Kenyon.
"But we have got to think ahead and be a little bit more long-sighted - that's why he came in.
Fifty years ago, there was no such thing as only needing glasses for reading, being long-sighted or short-sighted.
The sheer wealth of historic and listed buildings here sets Liverpool apart from almost every other city in the UK and it is crucial, from an inward investment and tourism perspective, that the city continues to follow such a long-sighted approach.
These include cataract and lens-based refractive surgery, treating patients with cataracts, as well as those who are short- or long-sighted before they develop a cataract.