Thesaurus / blind
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So, it’s definitely like the blind person figuring out where the stove is in the room.
WHAT IF YOUR COMPANY HAD NO RULES? (BONUS EPISODE)MARIA KONNIKOVASEPTEMBER 12, 2020FREAKONOMICS
Digging further into the data reveals only larger blind spots.
DESPITE SOME GAINS IN THE PAST YEAR, HOLLYWOOD STILL HAS INCLUSION PROBLEMS, STUDY SAYSRADMARYASEPTEMBER 10, 2020FORTUNE
I was so blinded by how beautiful they were, how great bedtime was.
TAN FRANCE GOES DEEP ON RACISM AND WHEN HE ALMOST QUIT ‘QUEER EYE’EUGENE ROBINSONSEPTEMBER 3, 2020OZY
When Walter became blind and hard of hearing, Margaret helped him in the voting booth.
HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF NURSING HOME RESIDENTS MAY NOT BE ABLE TO VOTE IN NOVEMBER BECAUSE OF THE PANDEMICBY RYAN MCCARTHY AND JACK GILLUMAUGUST 26, 2020PROPUBLICA
Carefully crafted engagement cannot come from buying generic, context-blind ad exposures to consumers that simply “check the box” for a given sociodemographic or online behavior.
MULTICULTURAL AUDIENCES ARE MAKING NUANCED MEDIA CHOICESVEVOAUGUST 25, 2020DIGIDAY
This means over a third of publishers will experience critical blind spots relative to user behavior and engagement, unless they prioritize an alternative identity solution or authentication strategy.
A bionic eye could restore sight to the blind and greatly improve robotic vision, but current visual sensors are a long way from the impressive attributes of nature’s design.
A NEW BIONIC EYE COULD GIVE ROBOTS AND THE BLIND 20/20 VISIONEDD GENTMAY 22, 2020SINGULARITY HUB
Also, having conversations with friends and family members who can help me see my blind spots is really helpful.
DESERT TRAILS AND MICROBIAL LIFE EXCITE THIS SOIL SCIENTISTCAROLYN WILKEMARCH 31, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
WORDS RELATED TO BLIND
- crocodile tears
- dirty trick
- dirty work
- smoke and mirrors
- snow job
- soft soap
- sweet talk
- blow off
- drawing card
- sitting duck
- stool pigeon
- false front
- fig leaf
- pen name
- red herring
- smoke screen
- off balance
- out of control
- weak in the knees
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