point of view


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You are adopting an attitude, sir," he said, "which, however much I may admire it from one point of view, seems to me scarcely to take into account the facts of the situation.
Barrington," Aynesworth answered, "but I will endeavor to keep in mind your point of view.
He was evidently determined to force his own point of view on me.
The Observatory of Cambridge in its memorable letter had treated the question from a purely astronomical point of view.
Then, again, in mountainous countries where the traveller is continually girdled by amphitheatrical heights; here and there from some lucky point of view you will catch passing glimpses of the profiles of whales defined along the undulating ridges.
Indeed they simplify love- making, from every point of view.
And short-sighted writers admire his deeds from one point of view and from another condemn the principal cause of them.
She is "missing" now, after a sinister but, from the point of view of her owners, a useful career extending over many years, and, I should say, across every ocean of our globe.
The impression produced by later events had not only intensified this feeling, but had presented the motives of that true friend under an entirely new point of view.
Another group of horsemen, another regiment of infantry, another and another--all in unceasing motion toward the man's point of view, past it, and beyond.
Barbicane and Nicholl looked upon the lunar map from a very different point of view to that of their fantastic friend.
But Sergey Ivanovitch, who had been talking with far less heat and one-sidedness than the professor, and who had sufficient breadth of mind to answer the professor, and at the same time to comprehend the simple and natural point of view from which the question was put, smiled and said: