tunnel vision


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tunnel vision

a condition in which peripheral vision is greatly restricted
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In her new book, Tunnel Vision, Schlond takes her readers through every single step she took to successfully overcoming her weight issues.
The optical illusion effect of tunnel vision is something like when you watch a baseball game and the broadcasters cut to the camera that's located behind the catcher so you can see him--with the batter and pitcher all in the same frame.
23 January 2019 - California, US-based musical instrument retailer Guitar Center has added Chicago, US-based audio and visual integration firm Tunnel Vision Technology, Inc.
Inset, James Millington running in the Lichfield 10k to raise money for the PS1 million Tunnel Vision Appeal
Tunnel vision, she says, is the habit of law enforcement officers to perceive a suspect, and to interpret what they say, through their own pre-existing beliefs, often distorting the information.
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.
A large objective and short overall length lends the MRO to exceedingly fast target acquisition and situational awareness because it eliminates any trace of tunnel vision the shooter might encounter.
Before the chaps consider building a new road I suggest they get some tunnel vision.
Tunnel Vision is a high-impact, fast-paced spy novel that explores the ever-present governmental conflict of questionable acts justifying the greater good.
South Miami, FL, June 04, 2014 --(PR.com)-- An innovative new product designed to serve as a highly effective performance enhancer for a number of sports, the Tunnel Vision, has been developed by Jeffrey Farris of Hattiesburg, Mississippi.