tunnel vision


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tunnel vision

a condition in which peripheral vision is greatly restricted
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SNP Edinburgh South West candidate Joanna Cherry said: "With her tunnel vision hostility to immigration, Theresa May has decided chasing UKIP votes is more important than Scotland's economic prosperity.
Tunnel vision was no problem; I could engage targets with both eyes open and maintain a wide field of view, a critical feature on a battle sight.
Additionally, the Tunnel Vision can be used equally effectively with multiple sports, including baseball, football, basketball, and golf.
As the name implies, tunnel vision denotes a loss of peripheral vision, resulting in a tightly focused field of view.
TUNNEL VISION provides a fine tale telling of a bike accident, a student's coma, and a revival which sparks the interest of the religious world.
Tracy, your hard-line left wing myopia & tunnel vision never ceases to amaze me.
Early reports described a distinct set of symptoms of methylmercury toxicity, including altered sensation in the face and extremities, tunnel vision, deafness, loss of coordination, and impaired speech.
The photographs titled Screen, Double, Tunnel, Float and Hallucinate were based on a range of eye conditions such as floaters, double vision and tunnel vision.
WHAT is it that causes council employees to develop tunnel vision when road calming comes under discussion?
They cocoon themselves in their own chosen brand of ideology and become oblivious to any outside influences and develop tunnel vision.
Brain scans of volunteers shown a series of images found a good mood helped them see more while those who were down in the dumps suffered from tunnel vision.