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That viewpoint has gained acceptance in the South American nation of Chile.
He climbed to a viewpoint near his studio to capture the mountain at different times, in different lights.
If coaches do not feel empowered, their voices and viewpoints will be wasted.
My viewpoint is we’ll make fewer and bigger bets on large-scale tentpoles this year.
The reactions, in some cases influenced by political viewpoint, ranged from anger to concern to indifference.
Its viewpoints on the future of newsletters — and its customer base so far — are intriguingly different from your typical SaaS startup in Silicon Valley.
At the very least, availing ourselves of diverse political viewpoints may reaffirm our trust in democratic institutions and processes, even if we don’t like the outcomes.
As a culture, we turn to maps for what feels like an objective viewpoint.
TRUTH IN MAPPINGKATIE MCLEANDECEMBER 18, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
The author is at his best when he uses his personal experience in Washington to bring nuance to his historical viewpoint.
Both bills also include language “ensuring diversity of political viewpoints.”

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