Valuable and farsighted as were these ideas, they fitted but ill into the scheme of a romance.
The North at first took arms simply to maintain the Union; but the farsighted politicians from the first, and soon the whole nation, saw that the real issue was the continued existence or the total abolition of slavery.
If you are farsighted your glasses will make your eyes look larger.
They reduce eye magnification for patients who are farsighted.
farsighted to see that it could well happen to me too.
This usually occurs in children who are moderately to highly farsighted (hyperopic).
farsighted people can redirect the energy inward by giving themselves the same consideration they give others.
farsighted openness policy.
You can get them whether you're nearsighted, farsighted, need reading glasses, or have an astigmatism.
Prior to his invention around 1760, the convex and concave lenses (farsighted and nearsighted lenses respectively) were worn separately.
For people who are farsighted, images come into focus behind the retina; for people who are nearsighted, images come into focus in front of the retina.
For example, one eye may be more nearsighted than the other eye, or one eye may be farsighted and the other eye nearsighted.
farsighted decision was made to create a River Walk.
farsighted organization in which staff can progress and grow.
Hannibal On The East Coast Reorganization Of The Carthaginian Army But Hannibal was more farsighted than king Pyrrhus.
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