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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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Landlords who ignore complaints and try to cut corners by not having environmental maintenance programs may pay for their shortsightedness down the road.
He can condemn industrial corporations for shortsightedness and also recognize that "they must make sizable capital expenditures for projects that take years to develop, |and~ must make long-range plans.
The EPA, of course, is nursed along in its shortsightedness by Congress, now up to its neck in new regulation legislation.
Shortsightedness and overcaution, he adds, have rippled through the scientific community.
Steve McKee will help you break the cycle of shortsightedness with his commentary and several highly-ranked funds.
If ever there was an example of the shortsightedness of this government, then here is it.
Shortsightedness is no excuse for poor judgment, and once these green spaces are lost we will never get them back.
The shortsightedness of the current approach shows that the MTA is still primarily just concerned with the MTA, not with changing transportation patterns in Los Angeles.
Chester is a good example of such shortsightedness.
Unwilling or unable to transcend his often pedantic approach, Tanter misses the precious chance to tell the rich human yarn of all this blundering and shortsightedness.
Instead of blaming the public or lawmakers for the positions they've taken, however, Deavenport said "the burdens placed on our industry are due to our own shortsightedness and shortcomings.
Research suggests it can slow progression of shortsightedness in children and this would be a great boon.