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The foregoing scene gives some hint of the viewpoints of the young ladies in question.
PEGGY STEWART AT SCHOOLGABRIELLE E. JACKSON
There are two different viewpoints from which we may discuss all phases of Life, namely, the mystical and the ethical.
The viewpoints they had brought to the meeting now closed their minds to the meanings he was trying to open to them.
HEREIN IS LOVEREUEL L. HOWE
Our minds simply looked at the world from different viewpoints, and perhaps his viewpoint is as true as ours.
A MARTIAN ODYSSEYSTANLEY GRAUMAN WEINBAUM
The great viewpoints and the great world philosophies are found logically at the end of a long study of life, if anywhere.
FOLKWAYSWILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER
One of the most puzzling things in this living out-of-doors on our own place is the reversal of our ordinary viewpoints.
THE GARDEN, YOU, AND IMABEL OSGOOD WRIGHT
She felt that she could work better and safer by getting the viewpoints of others and not showing her cards.
POLLY'S SOUTHERN CRUISELILLIAN ELIZABETH ROY
In the first place, what has van Manderpootz to gain by studying the viewpoints of other people?
THE POINT OF VIEWSTANLEY GRAUMAN WEINBAUM
The proper way to present any subject is to give it in its many aspects, and as it may appear from varied viewpoints.
REINCARNATION AND THE LAW OF KARMAWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON
She was considering the perplexing problems from different viewpoints, with a view toward solving them.

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