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  • n. Plural form of perspective.


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  • This contrast in perspectives is the key to understanding the difference between the two countries.

    What is Canada?

  • They might not say what you want, but they could bring some important perspectives from a generation who it is proposed will operate and pay for this system.

    Dear Mr. Augustine - NASA Watch

  • The extra week is nice for everyone; all the agents you queried get a shot at the ms, and you maybe get to hear perspectives from a bunch of different agents, any one of which might (or totally might not) be a better fit for you than the person who happened to make the first offer.

    We Briefly Channel Emily Post

  • Both parts about tenses and perspectives is accurate and it really needs to be more consistent.

    Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » CarsonArtist’s Review Forum

  • This unsettling of gender roles and perspectives is further reflected in such stories as "Sunday Teasing" and "Should Wizard Hit Mommy?"

    Updike, John

  • If you're interested in reading other perspectives from the interview, check out Kevin and Amanda's articles from the conference -- they interviewed with me.

    Hack College: Microsoft's CEO Talks Education And Windows Phone 7

  • Short-term mindsets become displaced by long-term perspectives.

    Douglas LaBier: Does Your Job Interfere With Your Life?

  • As I look at the G20, I see such differences in perspectives that I don't think there's going to be a meeting of the minds.

    G20 Vows To Ease Tensions over Currencies

  • Opening up the theatre of interpretation to different, experience-based perspectives is threatening only to those who fear that their own interpretations might be challenged.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Sustainability's original principles, going back to the first Earth Day, however, have included long term perspectives and a tree-hugger community of "be here now," pie-faced, granola-crunching (myself included) individuals who long ago embraced their own eco-welfare as tightly and ferociously as they embraced the eco-well-being of others, locally and globally (Does the term "Think global; act local" ring a bell?)

    Michael DeJong: The Human Stain on "Sustainism"


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