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  • a  having many parts or sides
  • s  having many aspects
    a many-sided subject
  • s  full of variety or interest
    a many-sided personality

  • Martin shoots the action from many angles, with a dozen narrators, the better to reflect its gritty, twisty, many-sided nature and its vast cast of would-be queens and kings .
  • In response, Bush delivered a many-sided message.
  • It's a complex, many-sided deal with repercussions in all directions.

  • Islam Karimov in EurasiaNet
    I'm confident that your forthcoming visit will make it possible to discuss in detail prospects for our many-sided collaborations in the interests of the Uzbek and Turkmen peoples,Karimov stated in his formal invitation to Berdymukhamedov.
  • Hashim Thaci in
    The port deal would boost Kosovo's economic development and independence, and will bring many-sided profits to Kosovo, the Albanian state and the whole region,Thaci wrote.
  • Barack Obama in Toronto Star
    In 2008, the Single Economy will be upon us; by 2008 a redefined many-sided relationship, including, centrally, a trading arrangement between CARICOM and the United States of America, has to be formalised; by January 1, 2008, the European Union and... Ralph Gonsalves Caribbean Net News Feb 12, 2007 61232 81680 many To be honest, I do not feel that I deserve to be in the company of so many of the transformative figures who've been honoured by this prize," Obama said. "But I also know that this prize reflects the kind of world that those men and women...

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