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  • adjective Alternative spelling of clear-sighted.


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  • You suggest that Israelis are perfectly clearsighted democratic actors.

    Both Surprising and Subtle 2010

  • Huw Thornton: without being condescending, I'd like to applaud your clearsighted enunciation of the current problem: what is the solution?

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with... 2009

  • The “natural” state is for infections to kill, the clearsighted to be preferred, and guys on weekend trips to the Dominican to make do without big bags of contraband pills.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Constitution in Exile, Take 2: 2009

  • If anything, the Chinese people should be thanking Sharon Stone for her clearsighted understanding of the disaster.

    Sharon Stone Uninvited From Chinese Festival For Some Reason 2008

  • For many worried about Vladimir Putin's divide-and-rule authoritarianism — including leaders in East Europe, the Nordic countries and tougher politicians like Britain's clearsighted foreign secretary, David Miliband — a Washington that had few illusions about Russia's Soviet-style aggressive posturing would be welcome.

    What If McCain Wins? 2008

  • Georg Brandes, always clearsighted, was alone in being able to perceive at once that

    Henrik Ibsen 2008

  • Consider the problem: You're reading James Gleick's biography of Richard Feynman (1918-1988), a great scientist who helped chart the course of modern theoretical physics, was one of the builders of the atomic bomb during World War II and four decades later proved the most clearsighted member of the team investigating the Challenger space-shuttle explosion.

    Spin Doctor 2008

  • It prevents the clearsighted construction of a consistent long-term strategy.

    Fingers Crossed For China 2008

  • Georg Brandes, always clearsighted, was alone in being able to perceive at once that

    Henrik Ibsen 2008

  • The old man saw what the Cointets meant; and they took alarm at his clearsighted sagacity.

    Two Poets 2007


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