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shortsighted

(shôrt′sī′tĭd)
adj.
Nearsighted; myopic.

short′sight′ed·ly adv.
short′sight′ed·ness n.
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Thus, the supposedly pro-peace Jeffersonians shortsightedly embroiled America in the War of 1812, partly through mercantilist measures of economic warfare (Stagg 1981) that were intended to "coerce" Britain and France and thereby to achieve U.
It is the prospect of loss of state government subsidy which has helped to stifle those who occasionally and shortsightedly raise the direct user pays issue.
intended to do nothing more than apprehend a greedy corporate officer who was committing fraud in the purchase of securities at a time when the statutory scheme somewhat shortsightedly imagined that frauds only existed in the context of sales.
Looking more closely I thought I saw, behind the smiling couple pictured on the cover, a pair of shadowy presences: the one tall and thin, peering shortsightedly about him and almost distressingly untidy; the other, standing a little way behind and to one side of the first, pop-eyed, well-nourished and aloof, as if he disapproved of the publicity.
They shortsightedly view one side of the equation and see only certain generated jobs, turning a blind eye to what has been lost and ignoring what would have happened without the destruction.
Indeed, Myth, Telos, Identity does not shortsightedly discard moralized interpretations altogether, the ethical schema is always present as one possible--if sometimes ineffective--problem solving strategy.
Around the same time, Albert shortsightedly rejected offers from top entertainment managers Joe Glaser and Moe Gale to coordinate his business affairs through a national agency.
The heart of this gigantic thinker and writer, lover of freedom and fairness, beat for Serbia: "The governments fail to see what people know, since the governments see shortsightedly, through the eyes of politics, whereas humanity sees, through its conscience, the sense of right and wrong.
Advocates of new tactical nuclear weapons have tended to focus shortsightedly on simple destructive power.
When Richard the Lionheart, shortsightedly mortal and obsessed with the Crusade to conquer Jerusalem, refuses to accept the faery crown of Arthur, the mystical Guardians of Britain approach his younger brother John.