Definitions

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  • noun normal use of the faculty of vision

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Examples

  • You're short sightedness is not my problem or the problem of anyone else for that matter.

    Beckwith on ID

  • You're short sightedness is not my problem or the problem of anyone else for that matter.

    Beckwith on ID

  • It could be impossible when the full range of human emotions are considered - of the biologically built in short-sightedness that helped our ancestors survive in an all 'natural' world, of the sociobiological interpretations that indicate that humans are designed to fluctuate between altruism and deadly hostility as mechanisms for survival.

    State of the nations III - Environment/Solutions

  • Also a little near-sightedness is just fine considering he almost lost his sight to ROP or retinopathy of prematurity.

    20 « October « 2006 « Adventures in Juggling

  • Also a little near-sightedness is just fine considering he almost lost his sight to ROP or retinopathy of prematurity.

    October « 2006 « Adventures in Juggling

  • Also a little near-sightedness is just fine considering he almost lost his sight to ROP or retinopathy of prematurity.

    seeing clearly « Adventures in Juggling

  • It could be impossible when the full range of human emotions are considered - of the biologically built in short-sightedness that helped our ancestors survive in an all 'natural' world, of the sociobiological interpretations that indicate that humans are designed to fluctuate between altruism and deadly hostility as mechanisms for survival.

    Countercurrents.org

  • Yet it does demonstrate a certain short-sightedness and a lack of vision.

    Whirlpool.net.au

  • It could be impossible when the full range of human emotions are considered -- of the biologically built in short-sightedness that helped our ancestors survive in an all 'natural' world, of the sociobiological interpretations that indicate that humans are designed to fluctuate between altruism and deadly hostility as mechanisms for survival.

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  • It could be impossible when the full range of human emotions are considered - of the biologically built in short-sightedness that helped our ancestors survive in an all 'natural' world, of the sociobiological interpretations that indicate that humans are designed to fluctuate between altruism and deadly hostility as mechanisms for survival.

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