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- n. myopia
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- n. a lack of prudence and care by someone in the management of resources
- n. (ophthalmology) eyesight abnormality resulting from the eye's faulty refractive ability; distant objects appear blurred
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To me, their shortsightedness is the all-time best example of "not-invented-here" syndrome: Because the other guy thought of it, the conservatives killed a whole range of innovative energy ideas that badly needed government seed money and tax breaks to get off the ground.
Your shortsightedness is alarming ... please tell us you're not really that out of touch?
All we can do to counter the networks’ shortsightedness is to continue supporting the programs we love, write a few angry columns and letters, and hope that somebody gets it before their business model runs them into the ground.
However he attributed it to a special kind of shortsightedness that wore off by about 20.
I think this is precisely the kind of shortsightedness that has led to the mess American science is in now.
Mariposa was laid out there was none of that shortsightedness which is seen in the cramped dimensions of Wall Street and Piccadilly.
What I am trying to say is that I finally understand, in an emotional sense, not just in an intellectual one, why the supposed "shortsightedness" of those with limited resources can be economically rational.
Other than his shortsightedness, corrected by lenses, and a little bout with acne as a teenager, we did not have much to go on.
Milt tells why it was never released as a single, due to the shortsightedness of an RCA exec.
Unlike China who knew how to develop a booming economy even under its communist umbrella, the Arab regimes' shortsightedness has failed to move the region economically and politically forward.
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