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    1. to their points of view - because I hate everybody equally

    2. My original view [since revised!] was that “if you can’t give it away you might as well give up!” I also wanted to distribute copies to gain feedback as family and friends are not always the best critics

    3. This view emerged from the assumption that women generally do not enjoy sex, and that they only engage in sex to have children

    4. Would you be listening to what they are telling you from their perspective on life? Would you be being open minded and accepting that your point of view is just that, it’s your point of view

    5. He appeared to view Sam as a peculiar species of alien, and so he failed

    6. There are probably two dozen women in the town of Sinbara right now staring out the dingy window at their breakfast table and wishing there was someone there to share the view, or wishing they had a view in the sunshine at all

    7. Mindless of his feet in the snow, he was drawn down the path to the edge of the bluff, drawn to where he could get the best possible view of the end of the world

    8. Here the view over the rails was filled with what looked like the standard media supermodels of old Earth sunning themselves in the nude on the top decks of those garden floats

    9. They take a very long view

    10. After what seemed like an eternity of silence, mostly because Ackers was scrutinizing them from the view screen, the elevator finally came to a stop with a sudden lurch

    1. This could be viewed as a

    2. Toadstools or mushrooms are not necessarily to be viewed as bad for the lawn but instead it should be looked upon as an indication that the conditions of the lawn should be looked at more closely

    3. While Ava tried to put thru a voice channel to the ground, Glenelle viewed the recorded data from their biggest scope

    4. The Alderfolk stood, and viewed his captive audience

    5. The world around her, viewed at the level

    6. In every facet and viewed from every aspect old Jimmy’s business life, his family life and his charitable works, underpinned as they were by an income that was the envy of many developing nations, were beyond reproach

    7. Yet they were faced with a conundrum: how to sabotage the upstart's enterprise without soliciting collateral damage upon the stability of the village's good reputation as a welcoming and pleasant retreat, as it was still viewed by the flocks of visitors for whom they yearly played host

    8. Beth viewed things differently than she did, perhaps because it was her second marriage, or just because she’d had the opportunity to date as an adult

    9. It was more the fact that I viewed Jacques as quite the lesser man

    10. Otherwise her face was kind of flat and boring and her chest looked very flat and flabby when viewed with eyes used to Shinvei, though she was not really much smaller than average

    1. much stress in the Consultant’s delivery when viewing the results, as if he could barely believe them himself or, more likely, that it was a

    2. This self-willed attitude can result in brethren viewing the ideas of others as threatening, personal

    3. ’ I said, viewing the bread and cheese which has been our lunchtime fare since we set sail

    4. As the young man leaned forward and kissed his bride to be softly on her ruby red lips, Betsy Windsor, the congregation and the viewing public all stated to sob tears of pure joy

    5. Naria watched with Altera and Alexei from the viewing room as the ship powered up and headed out into deep space

    6. Windsor, the congregation and the viewing public all stated to sob

    7. To block others from viewing your directories, please check out this tutorial on

    8. The exhibitions and displays of the museum afforded Harry an opportunity to match some of the information from his school texts to tangibles, and he once again entertained the Spelman ladies with the depth of his knowledge about the things they were viewing, of which he had only read before now

    9. He enjoyed the countryside scuttling passed the window and had to remind himself that he was viewing the Great Plains roll passed him just the month before; and now, here he was on another train, bound for Paris, in the company of two people he had not met before that last journey seemingly so long ago

    10. "It makes a body wonder what else you might be viewing differently, than everyone else

    1. Older people who have more negative stereotypes about aging have greater hearing loss over time than people with more positive views on aging

    2. They are likely to look at life from many different angles and perspectives and not get frozen in certain views, typical of certain age groups or become predictable with familiarity

    3. Teenagers usually exhibit the generation gap and question those views with which they are not convinced

    4. This is a period of negotiation and not imposing our views

    5. Audience has to be interested in listening to your views on the chosen subject because of your experience, knowledge and the clarity of presentation

    6. This is the home site of BBC and provides links on various topics of interest apart from news and views

    7. Most of the time all the windows in her home now had the views of this beach and lagoon as the default

    8. She would not give up the ability to have the views from the house show it situated somewhere entirely different, like a rainforest canopy or crags on a seacoast or a warm meadow of dandelions in a mountain pass or high in the clouds of Jupiter

    9. But even if the views from the windows changed, the magic carpet would still land on what she already called Morg's beach

    10. The daemon coordinating input from the fighters' and the junks' LiDAR arrays had compared all the available views of the stars from all the friendly craft in the immediate vicinity, and those views of the surrounding stars should have been identical, but they weren’t

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    Synonyms for "view"

    sight survey view scene horizon purview aspect panorama prospect vista opinion persuasion sentiment thought perspective position eyeshot consider reckon regard see look at catch take in watch picture spectacle outlook glimpse appearance show aim object intent reason intention end design account description notion belief theory judgment idea conception assessment observe behold witness inspect

    "view" definitions

    a way of regarding situations or topics etc.

    the visual percept of a region

    the act of looking or seeing or observing

    the range of the eye

    a personal belief or judgment that is not founded on proof or certainty

    a message expressing a belief about something; the expression of a belief that is held with confidence but not substantiated by positive knowledge or proof

    purpose; the phrase `with a view to' means `with the intention of' or `for the purpose of'

    graphic art consisting of the graphic or photographic representation of a visual percept

    the range of interest or activity that can be anticipated

    outward appearance

    deem to be

    look at carefully; study mentally

    see or watch