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You can call it brave or foolish, depending on your perspective.
The book deals with a woman's perspective on revolutionary change.
The problem needs to be looked at from a historical perspective.
From the perspective of anyone with children, it looks rather irrelevant.
He has lost all perspective in the rush to get what he wants.
It's important to keep things in perspective and not dwell on one incident.
You've got the problem completely out of perspective.
This kind of tragedy puts a mere football match into perspective.
Writing as a foreigner gives her a great sense of perspective.
This is the British English definition of perspective. View American English definition of perspective.
the seed of a plant called anise, used for adding flavour to food and drink
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