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(come/work etc) under the umbrella of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English(come/work etc) under the umbrella of something(come/work etc) under the umbrella of somethingto be part of a larger organization or involved in the work done by it The international education program came under the umbrella of the State Department. umbrella
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(come/work etc) under the umbrella of somethingFinally, war served to bring all members of a society, soldier and civilian, under the umbrella of national consciousness.Governments also use the more industrially orientated labs under the umbrella of the Fraunhofer society.A whole range of behaviour is subsumed under the umbrella of bureaucratic self-interest.
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