longsighted


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`I'm probably more longsighted in that regard and patient,' Bellotti said, `but I will never tolerate getting beat like that again.'
Potential eyesight problems include: # Blurred vision - around 60 per cent of drivers in the UK are longsighted while 30 per cent are shortsighted.
Yet, our nation's leaders, all of us, must be extremely wise, certain and longsighted in risking other Australian lives to President Bush's call for war against Afghanistan and, potentially, other Islamic nations.
Like many longsighted leaders, Villalonga may sometimes fail to see the trees for the forest.
For someone who is longsighted they might have problems with reading--text might appear blurry and small.
And children who are longsighted might struggle with close work such as writing and reading.
General manager of Alcon UK and Ireland, Shervin Korangy, said: "Hyperopes have been vocal about their desire to try the lenses, and having plus powers available is a great way for practitioners to re-engage with their longsighted customers about colour contact lenses."
PHIL 'The Power' Taylor could have laser surgery to correct his longsighted focus after complaining of "blurry" vision at the PDC World Championship.