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These are the women who drink to have fun and don't view alcohol consumption through the prism of motherhood.
Andrew Haldane | Chief Economist Haldane has spent more than a quarter century at the BOE and is known for colorful speeches that have analyzed policy through the prism of everything from biology to frisbee-catching.
China views its actions through its own national-security prism.
To think back on that glorious moment, now looking at it through the prism of this new and appalling information – my goodness.
Such matters are inevitably judged through the prism of results.
And our national correspondent Ta-Nehisi Coates refracts the Trump presidency through the prism of race.
In fact, the name Full Spectrum comes from the idea of the colors that shine through a prism.
On the silent screen, Mayhew, who appears to be modeled on Lillian Gish, speaks in an alphabet of broad physical gestures and eyes that reflect anguish or joy like light from a prism.
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