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01. We need to really look at all the [aspects] of this deal before we decide whether or not to accept it.
02. Weather is said to be an extremely important [aspect] of a Canadian's life.
03. You have to look at every [aspect] of the problem to really understand why it is happening.
04. It took me a while to really know the different [aspects] of the job I had started.
05. Her religious beliefs are one [aspect] of her personality that people don't always see.
06. One of the most interesting [aspects] of my job is meeting people from different cultures.
07. The financial [aspect] of the deal is a little uncertain at this point.
08. William James once remarked that human beings, by changing the inner attitudes of their minds, can change the outer [aspects] of their lives.
09. Jodie Foster once said that love and respect are the most important [aspects] of parenting, and of all relationships.
10. Averil Coxhead has noted that learning to pronounce a new word clearly is an important [aspect] of second language learning.
11. The media reflect nearly every [aspect] of society, though these reflections are not always accurate.
12. Teaching students to have realistic expectations is an important [aspect] of second language instruction.
13. How and what you choose to eat affects many [aspects] of your health.
14. Someone once said that true meaning in life comes through understanding your own nature, and learning to accept all [aspects] of yourself.
15. One of the most important [aspects] of an Iraqi's life is religion.
16. The humid climate of Guyana has influenced many [aspects] of life in the country, including dress, the design of houses, and the annual cycle of social events.
17. Some [aspects] of Puerto Rico's government, such as the post office, customs, defense, and foreign affairs are handled by the federal government of the United States.
18. Chinese cooking is perhaps the most famous [aspect] of Chinese culture in the world.
19. The Polish government's determination to enter the European Union as soon as possible affects most [aspects] of its economic policies.
20. Voltaire once stated that the discovery of what is true, and the practice of that which is good are the two most important [aspects] of philosophy.
21. The central and key [aspect] of the Voodoo religion is healing people from illness.
22. Schmitt and McCarthy have stated that vocabulary is now regarded as the key [aspect] of learning a second language.
23. David Suzuki notes that human beings depend on earth and its life-forms for every [aspect] of their survival and life.
24. Averil Coxhead has noted that there are many [aspects] to knowing a word, including pronunciation, meaning, grammar, and word families.

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  • aspect — [ aspɛ ] n. m. • 1468; lat. aspectus, de aspicere « regarder » 1 ♦ Vx ou littér. Le fait de s offrir aux yeux, à la vue; apparence présentée par qqch. ⇒ vue; spectacle. « L aspect du sang n est doux qu au regard des méchants » (Hugo). Mod. Loc. À …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • aspect — ASPECT. s. m. Vue d un objet. Il tremble à l aspect de son maître. L aspect de toutes ces choses là le surprit. Vous lui pouviez épargner un aspect si fâcheux, si désagréable. f♛/b] Il se dit aussi De la perspective que présente un lieu, une… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • Aspect — may be:*Aspect (computer science), a feature that is linked to many parts of a program, but which is not necessarily the primary function of the program *Grammatical aspect, a component of the conjugation of a verb, having to do with the internal …   Wikipedia

  • aspect — ASPÉCT, aspecte, s.n. 1. Fel de a se prezenta al unei fiinţe sau al unui lucru; înfăţişare. ♢ loc. prep. Sub aspectul... = din punctul de vedere..., sub raportul... 2. Categorie gramaticală caracteristică anumitor limbi, care arată stadiul de… …   Dicționar Român

  • Aspect — As pect, n. [L. aspectus, fr. aspicere, aspectum, to look at; ad + spicere, specere, to look, akin to E. spy.] 1. The act of looking; vision; gaze; glance. [R.] The basilisk killeth by aspect. Bacon. [1913 Webster] His aspect was bent on the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • aspect — ASPECT. s. m. Veuë, presence de quelqu un, de quelque chose. Il tremble à l aspect de son Maistre. il se troubla à l aspect de la gesne. Il signifie aussi, Objet de veuë. Cette maison a un bel aspect, est en bel aspect, en un bel aspect. cela… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Aspect — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Aspect Co. Ltd es una empresa de videojuegos japonesa que fue fundada en marzo de 1991. Contenido 1 Videojuegos desarrollados 1.1 Game Gear 1.2 Otros sistemas …   Wikipedia Español

  • aspect — [as′pekt΄] n. [ME < L aspectus, pp. of aspicere, to look at < ad , to, at + specere, to look: see SPY] 1. the way a person appears; looks; mien 2. the appearance of a thing as seen from a specific point; view 3. a) any of the possible ways… …   English World dictionary

  • Aspect — As*pect , v. t. [L. aspectare, v. intens. of aspicere. See {Aspect}, n.] To behold; to look at. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • aspect — [n1] visible feature air, appearance, attitude, bearing, condition, countenance, demeanor, expression, face, facet, form, look, manner, mien; concepts 434,628,673 aspect [n2] element to consider angle, bearing, direction, facet, feature, gimmick …   New thesaurus

  • Aspect — (spr. Aspäh), Stadt im Bezirk St. Gaudens des französischen Departements Obergaronne; 3800 Ew …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon