It is only natural that there should be peculiarities in the construction of the limbs and skulls of the Dipodidea with their bird-like movements and bird-like sharp-sightedness, that are usually found only among birds. From Wordnik.com. [Scientific American Supplement, No. 841, February 13, 1892] Reference
"The supreme leader's sharp-sightedness caused the parliament to change its assessments,". From Wordnik.com. Reference
Desire for a present itself became subservient to anxiety for the credit of her own sharp-sightedness and intuition. From Wordnik.com. [A College Girl] Reference
Mazarin's sharp-sightedness -- either by their incessant and elaborately-concerted intrigues with the Queen, to force her to abandon. From Wordnik.com. [Political Women (Vol. 1 of 2)] Reference
These stern judges push the gift of exactitude, the genius of inquisition, the sharp-sightedness of lynxes, the perspicacity of account-books to the point of going over all the additions in search of subtractions. From Wordnik.com. [Bureaucracy] Reference
I spoke of them to T---, who says, that undoubtedly G---'s account of the exhibitions is true in substance, but that it is his own sharp-sightedness which causes him to see them so offensively; for that ninety-nine out of the hundred in the world would deem an evening spent at the conversations of Sir Joseph Bankes a very high intellectual treat. From Wordnik.com. [The Ayrshire Legatees, or, the Pringle family] Reference
Foreigners, as well as the citizens of America, could then reasonably repose confidence in its engagements; but to depend upon a government that must itself depend upon thirteen other governments for the means of fulfilling its contracts, when once its situation is clearly understood, would require a degree of credulity not often to be met with in the pecuniary transactions of mankind, and little reconcilable with the usual sharp-sightedness of avarice. From Wordnik.com. [The Federalist Papers] Reference
Oh, thrice happy he for his sharp-sightedness!. From Wordnik.com. [Clouds] Reference
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