Recent Examples of short sight from the Web
Vivendi has been critical of the plan Elliott outlined for Telecom Italia, calling it short sighted and aimed at milking quick profits out of the company to the detriment of its long-term health.
But some day, there will be a Senate vacancy in Alabama when there’s a Democratic governor, and the state GOP will remember to kick itself for being short sighted back in 2018 – and realizing the law of unintended consequences wins again.
But some House Republicans warn that the party should be careful to criticize their colleagues in the Senate too much, warning that Republican-on-Republican campaigning is divisive and short sighted.
Although agents have a personal stake in making sure the deal closes, pointing you to a weak inspector would be very short sighted of them.
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