Examples of farsighted in a Sentence
plans made by farsighted city leaders
farsighted conservationists long ago realized that wilderness areas of breathtaking beauty needed to be protected from future development
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But a more farsighted commander-in-chief would be adding to their armour.
The New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision’s announcement that incarcerated people in the state will receive free computer tablets is a welcome policy change, farsighted and sophisticated.
Some commentators praised it as farsighted; others criticized it as reckless.
Bill Sorro Community is built to last — a model of farsighted redevelopment that shows progress can be made.
Today’s advocates of continuing U.S. global leadership and engagement need to keep in mind both parts of Truman’s achievement: formulating a farsighted national strategy to address the issues of the day and then educating the public to support it.
Some growth stems from a commitment by governments and farsighted businesses to fund cleaner energy sources.
Avant-garde jazz has found a bastion in this annual celebration of knotty improvisation, farsighted composition, and social activism, now in its twenty-second year, thanks to the tenacity of the artistic director Patricia Nicholson Parker.
It is rooted partly in the never-lose structure of modern executive compensation packages, but also in two farsighted investments made long ago by one of Yahoo’s founders, Jerry Yang.
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