In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1punto de vista masculineviewed from a different standpoint — si se mira desde un punto de vista / un ángulo diferente
- Nor, it seems clear, does he purport to be a committed Christian, speaking from the standpoint of religious belief.
- From the standpoint of a judge or legislator, this makes all the difference in the world.
- In the chapters that follow we consider these issues from the standpoint of a variety of aspects of life in modern Britain.
- This forces us to think in terms of all modern economy from the standpoint of Vernadsky.
- From the standpoint of the South, the growing industrial and economic power of the North seemed a real threat.
- All of this is quite true, from the standpoint of conventional narrative.
- Dare says its designers did not begin from the standpoint of maximising profit.
- The real question, is it safe from the standpoint of public utilities to get back into the area?
- But the situation changes when the issue is examined from the standpoint of the economy as a whole.
- It must be applied from the standpoint of the community and not from the subjective viewpoint of the developer.
- Of course, Heckman was speaking strictly from the standpoint of an academic.
- From the standpoint of the liberal economists, all this is fine.
- But what would the history of ideas look like from the standpoint of the victims?
- First of all, that's another problem from the standpoint of who you are as the viewer.
- We knew that it was going to be tough from the standpoint of family separation.
- From the standpoint of women whose primary goal in life is career advancement, these are sobering findings.
- The enterprise is examined both from an industry-wide viewpoint and from the standpoint of the individual firm.
- Vernadsky defined the biosphere in a rigorous way, from the standpoint of geology.
- In many cases, it is also the right strategy from the standpoint of economic efficiency.
- Even worse from the standpoint of democracy is the unequal treatment of males and females.
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