point of view
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Origin of point of view
Examples from the Web for point of view
Rather than cast a single performer as Woods, the three women have point-of-view sex with the actors portraying him.New Tiger Woods Porno Will Be Released in Time for the Masters|Richard Abowitz|April 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Olivier Rousteing also is sustaining the point-of-view at Balmain that returned the house to the spotlight.Paris Fall Fashion Week Ends With Vuitton and Kanye|Robin Givhan|March 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He was the most enthusiastic modern exponent of the point-of-view of that Adam who explained: "The woman tempted me."Old and New Masters|Robert Lynd
If anything seem to be wrong with you, first examine the point-of-view.
If you do this conscientiously, you will probably find the fault therein and seek a remedy by changing the point-of-view.
It is not a difficult matter to rid one's self of repulsions if the point-of-view is changed.
The motives and point-of-view which determine most of his acts have become, so to speak, a part of his second nature.Heart and Soul|Victor Mapes (AKA Maveric Post)
British Dictionary definitions for point of view
noun plural points of view
Idioms and Phrases with point of view
An attitude or standpoint, how one sees or thinks of something. For example, From the manufacturer's point of view, the critical issue is cost. This expression, originally alluding to one's vantage point in seeing a building or painting or other object, dates from the early 1700s.