Recent Examples of sighted from the Web
Generations of Connecticut taxpayers to come will eventually face a day of reckoning for today’s short-sighted decisions.
As George Dvorsky reports for Gizmodo, new research shows that blind people’s brains are structurally different than those of sighted people.
In Miami and now in Cleveland, James accomplished his primary objective before age and short-sighted roster moves left him with depleted rosters.
Immigration continues to take center stage in debates, but the context of these debates is often short-sighted and incomplete.
After pulling into a dark street in Coral Gables, the man suddenly pulled out a laser-sighted pistol and ordered them out.
After that, the movie is mostly about her adjustment to life as a sighted person.
The reckless and short-sighted decision by the administration to end cost-sharing subsidies for 233,663 Pennsylvanians — 55 percent of all marketplace enrollees — will leave hardworking people facing higher premiums and a chaotic insurance market.
Short-sighted people around the band were happy to suggest embracing being pigeonholed by that major hit cover song, an idea that didn’t sit well with the band.
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