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- n. A way of presenting or perceiving something such that it appears differently to the way it would appear by an alternative presentation or perception.
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Yet Alger’s own behavior and values shed quite a different light on his writings.10 True, he was an ordained minister.
I saw Olikea's frequent bedding of me in a different light and felt both naive and foolish that I had ever thought she was attracted to me for myself.
Churchill, of course, did not know what Beatty was writing to his wife, and over the next fifteen months, the young First Lord decided that Beatty “viewed naval strategy and tactics in a different light from the average naval officer; he approached them, it seemed to me, much more as a soldier would.
The affair took on a different light here, even more than in his chief’s office, and Maigret was tempted to give up and erase from his memory the little man with the harelip who had burst so indecently into his life on Boulevard Richard-Lenoir.
Christians, like M. Guizot and ourselves, will see some things, and some persons, in a different light from the historian of the Decline and
I moved to the back cockpit to enjoy a different light show…the atomic oxygen glow engulfingAtlantis ’s payload bay.