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The threat posed by the Assad regime to the Syrian people, to Israel, and to broader Middle East stability (as well as to Europe through the prism of the refugee issue) remains a function of the larger threat posed by an ascendant Iran.
But this time, any such visitor could be viewed, through the prism of the Taiwan Travel Act and amid worsening Sino-U.S. relations, as a potential provocation.
Looking at Eugene 2021 through the prism of a post-factual world.
Mermaid, opal, prism, unicorn — after a while, all the colorful hair looks start to blend together into one big soupy rainbow.
Judd Apatow’s two-night documentary about his comedy mentor, who died in March 2016, looks at Garry Shandling’s comedy through the prism of his spirituality and introspection.
When Albany first heard the rumor of a Nixon candidacy, it was largely seen as being through the prism of Cuomo's problems with education advocates.
Each signing must be seen through that prism, understood for its intent.
Through the prism of a high school basketball team, Shot in the Dark meditates on race and class and concerns some of the most pressing public policy issues occasioned by social displacement, poverty, guns, violence, and extreme inequality.
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PRISM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of prism for English Language Learners
: a transparent glass or plastic object that usually has three sides and that separates the light that passes through it into different colors
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