Sentence Examples


  • The term ethnomusicology is generally applied to this multifaceted approach to the study of world music.
  • Results suggest that grouping is a multifaceted phenomenon, with rehearsal, only one facet, playing a greater role with visual presentation.
  • The study also explored whether the effects of multifaceted interventions increased with the number of intervention components.
  • I am using Soapbox to argue for a multifaceted approach to the death of Jesus.
  • Given the multifaceted nature of the illegal meat trade, gaging its true scale is difficult.

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