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"I say this with the confidence and belief that India will never lose its capacity to listen to the feeblest voice, that it will never lose sight of its ancient ideals, that it will forget neither its sense of fairness nor its sense of adventure," Kovind said.
Perhaps the regulating bodies will have to take a more active role in helping the athlete not lose sight of why he plays.
While teams involved in Europe have wobbled domestically because of the demanding workload, Dundalk refused to lose sight of their goal last season.
With a surprise release, a portion of the bow or sight sometimes gets in your line of sight as the release occurs and you temporarily lose sight of the arrow.
Behind all the assignments we have to accomplish, all the exams we have to pass, and all the homework we have to turn in, we should never lose sight of these basic ideas concerning work, which will last a lifetime, and for which the years in school are a preparation.
* Drivers must immediately stop if they lose sight of a ground guide or don't understand a signal.
So, let us not lose sight of the real subject matter, which we are both free to engage in and debate over.
NO MATTER how bad things are here in Ireland or how frightening the recession seems, we should never lose sight of the fact that there are people much worse off.
Opponents of plans to build 420,000 new homes in the West Midlands by 2026 have been urged not to lose sight of the need to provide affordable housing for people on low incomes.
Consequently it is important for international agencies not to lose sight of the natural foundation of human rights."
When you're closely involved in your work, it's easy to lose sight of what it is your work is accomplishing beyond fulfilling a self-defined purpose.