tunnel vision


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tunnel vision

a condition in which peripheral vision is greatly restricted
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In the "giveth beget taketh" tunnel vision view that is pervasive among analysts, nursing homes always feel the pain of unrelated Medicare reimbursements.
ANNE Underwood is suffering from tunnel vision and should apply some lateral thinking as opposed to casting a shadow at such an early stage over Sutton Coldfield having its own independent council with full powers that should go with it (Mail, January 13).
The singer's video for new single Tunnel Vision has been banned from YouTube for violating nudity policies.
The Thandis must look at all the objections by the minority groups - some with tunnel vision - and convince all that the pounds 1m investment should go ahead.
The seven budding film makers, aged between 13 and 19, produced the DVD, Tunnel Vision 2009, to break down stereotypes of young people.
She has tunnel vision about Eric being the prime suspect.
These are brilliant statements to make for a man of such tunnel vision.
His eyesight gradually deteriorated and by the time he was in his mid-30s he developed tunnel vision, going blind for days at a time.
The 21-year-old was left with tunnel vision after suffering a brain haemorrhage on New Year's Eve 2000.
The first-place winners that I spoke to, whom one might expect to have nothing but tunnel vision for trophies, were actually very quick to point out the multiple ways in which Irish dance has greatly enriched their lives: the deep friendships, travel opportunities, personal discipline and connection to their Irish heritage.
One of life's most humbling revelations is that we each carry our own mental landscape, our unique version of tunnel vision, wherever we go.