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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpurviewpur‧view /ˈpɜːvjuː $ ˈpɜːr-/ noun   within/outside the purview of somebody/something
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purviewAnd no Department will prepare a brief for its Minister on anything outside the departmental purview.Fertility was not the issue; the movement of the whole cosmos was in purview.The draft may help win the war, such an eventuality is outside my purview.Those authors who operate independently of Palace purview soon discover that doors are quickly locked, bolted and barred to inquiry.Financial decisions about health plans or capital investments or raises are all properly the purview of the entrepreneur.Salary negotiations are normally not within the purview of the president.Or is that kind of worrying the purview only of adults?
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