близорукость ; миопия
- If the myopia is of high degree the vision may not be normal even with glasses.
- WATCH OUT for another public display of City myopia.
- Myopia (short sight - near sight)
- Myopia tends to progress throughout the growing period and spectacles may have to be changed every six to twelve months.
- For a party with that record now to deride as unreal, and even denounce as illegitimate, opponents who are also re-examining their past suggests the presence of a certain myopia.
- One part of this myopia can doubtless be attributed to simple electoral panic.
- Myopia, or short-sightedness, is the 24-year-old Liverpudlian's problem - if indeed it is a problem for someone with 15 professional wins, all but one inside the distance, and one draw.
- But in ran into determined opposition in the House of Lords - one senior Conservative described the Bill's provisions as "remote from reality", while a Law Lord described the proposed appeals procedure as "forensic myopia".
- ASYLUM BILL; CASUALTY OF "FORENSIC MYOPIA"
- Information from conventional sources - such as industry publications, industry association meetings, an individual's network of industry-related personal contacts - can suffer from in-bred myopia.
- Thus, a certain historical myopia is required to substantiate territorial claims.
- Far from moping about her painful and progessive myopia, she declared it to be an advantage because, having to peer so closely, she could detect objects that the well-sighted passed without noticing.
- Defensively, he observes what he considers to be Debord's virtues and comments on the latter's avoidance of, as he puts it: "the various pitfalls - formalist essentialism, aestheticist myopia, politically naive fetishism of reflexivity, and so on, typical of certain avant-garde practices linked to radical political agendas."