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the wider context/issues/picture etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe wider context/issues/picture etcthe wider context/issues/picture etcDETAILthe more general features of a situation, rather than the specific details We hope that by the end of the course students will be able to see their subject in a wider context. wide
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the wider context/issues/picture etcBoth require standing back from the day-to-day running of the organisation and examining the wider picture.That fact must be put in the wider context.The change depended upon changes in the wider context of controversy, which provoked the development of formerly implicit attitudinal aspects.As ever, context is important, particularly the wider context of New Testament teaching.More broadly, it was placed in the wider context of the continuing ambitions of central government to control local independence.It is now necessary to situate these in the wider context of the social formation and in particular class structure.We would expect leaders at all levels to be aware of the wider context of their work.What interpretations of the wider issues should it consider?
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