blind spot


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Synonyms for blind spot

a subject about which you are ignorant or prejudiced and fail to exercise good judgment

the point where the optic nerve enters the retina

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Meet for coffee monthly and give each other permission to shed light on each other's blind spots.
Based on their observations, the researchers came to the conclusion that the neurons which would normally fill the blind spot using data from the patched eye compensated by stealing data from neighbouring neurons that were "seeing" the square, making it appear like a rectangle.
Unfortunately, blind spots can be so embedded in our personality that we struggle to recognize and address them.
It's not completely clear how big the blind spot is these days.
Like all classic film noir, ``The Good German'' is populated by characters with blind spots, people making conscious choices not to see certain things.
The counterstep at each blind spot prevents eye and mind from anticipating what's next; there's a continuous absence of a sense of where you are, where you've been, and where you're going.
Whatever the statistics, Bob clearly has a blind spot when it comes to equality.
A sensor in a revolving door that caused a fatal accident Friday in Tokyo was apparently configured so that its blind spot was not the smallest size possible, sources close to the case said Sunday.
It's a blind spot in the history of Canadian film--omitted from serious academic and journalistic discussion--like the TSE itself.
If The Progressive has a blind spot, it is the promotion of our industrial economy, which is at the root of many ills, particularly pollution and war.
There are optical illusions that you can use to amaze your family and friends and even a way for you to detect your own blind spot.
The arrestee had been placed in a cell that had a significant blind spot and tie off points, and was provided with a blanket and towel even though a prior detainee had hanged himself in the same cell under similar circumstances.
Blind Spot, a new legal thriller by accomplished lawyer and debut novelist Stephanie Kane, is a refreshing break from such sophomoric portrayals of the legal profession.
Because of their size, sport-utility vehicles and minivans create a blind spot for the driver when going in reverse.
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