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The third version of the ode 'Rousseau' is seen as an encouragement to action rather than a mocking statement, a proof of Holderlin's more sharp-sighted and distant attitude to the tranquil author of Confessions and the Contrat social.
Sharp-sighted shoppers in Cardiff's Queen Street may have noticed the 12ft-high, cast iron ticker went missing about a year ago.
The bold Bryan was trying to light up on the balcony in the no-smoking arena when a sharp-sighted attendant told the Westlifer to stub it out.
The lynx was traditionally considered a sharp-sighted animal, far-seeing and percipient, an apt metaphor for Venetian diplomatic acumen in dealing with their Turkish neighbor to the east, sometimes as an enemy and sometimes as an ally.