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The two groups have very different worldviews.
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The Best Deceptions' was a perfect companion to a hormonal teenage worldview informed mostly by Dawson’s Creek.
Her youth in Japanese American districts in South Los Angeles further shaped her aesthetic worldview and inspired a long-running interest in Japanese art and culture.
That’s a sensible metric under a worldview in which tomorrow will look pretty much like today.
With its fatalistic worldview, slow-moving narrative, long tracking shots and rugged characters, Silent Mist has probably consolidated his standing as China's answer to Bela Tarr.
The Republicans—besides hating you for being coastal liberals desperate to promote your politically correct worldview—have some business worries, too.
These films exhibit a consistent aesthetic and worldview that my colleague Ignatiy Vishnevetsky once compared to Mad magazine in the 1950s.
Perhaps the best example of Baber’s worldview is evident in her call for sharing knowledge and perspectives among students of geography, rather than allowing them to divide.
Even here, Wolff doesn't reckon deeply with Bannon's worldview.
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