One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The Twentieth Century often disastrously taught us that ideas of the nation can be interpreted in many ways, and likewise, ideas of ‘the global’ are contested meta-structures that can be multifariously interpreted.’
- ‘In classical republican political philosophy, the concept of a right to arms was inextricably and multifariously tied to that of the ‘virtuous citizen.’’
- ‘The example is simple, but the uses of the object can be elaborately, multifariously clever.’
- ‘Welles, as countless chat-show hosts would attest, was multifariously entertaining; he was never not performing.’
- ‘Few other vegetation types in the world are so thoroughly treated, and certainly none is so beautifully and multifariously presented.’
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