Examples of eyesight in a Sentence
He wears glasses because his eyesight is not good.
the keen eyesight of a bird of prey
Recent Examples of eyesight from the Web
A year after finishing medical school in Venezuela, Louis Maxime Edouard’s dream of practicing medicine in his native Haiti began to vanish in 2014 – along with his eyesight.
His eyesight was a factor in the district attorney’s decision not to seek a prison sentence.
Because of bad eyesight, Mr. Jimeson was turned down for the Army and spent World War II working at the old Glenn L. Martin Co. in Middle River.
On Tuesday, state media published a photograph of the president having his eyesight tested as part of the medical examination that is required for all candidates.
Signs of these problems may include changes in eyesight, severe or persistent muscle or joint pains, severe muscle weakness, low red blood cells (anemia), shortness of breath, irregular heartbeat, feeling tired, or chest pain (myocarditis).
Beyond developing a love of nature, students also learn teamwork, collaboration, problem-solving, independence, resiliency, self-regulation, risk assessment, and often experience improved hearing, eyesight and motor control.
All the while, Mr. Agha’s eyesight slowly faded, a congenital failure that also afflicted his brother. Navigating Saudi Arabia, where disabled foreigners are seen as hopeless, challenged him.
Only failing eyesight can explain going from 38 touchdowns and seven interceptions to 18 touchdowns and 11 interceptions in one year.
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