multifaceted in a sentence

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“In Afghanistan, Canada had a multifaceted approach to the conflict.

You have to show a full, multifaceted point of view in order for it to be real.”

In our (overly) public, complicated and multifaceted digital lives, that’s refreshing.

Donahue notes that without a “single driving cause, our approach has to be multifaceted.”

Adam Driver is a multifaceted actor who’ll presumably get to show more of his range in “The Force Awakens.”

At the same time, “Perhaps reality is not multifaceted.”

Dr Ira Shapira utilizes a multifaceted approach to giving patients quick and lasting relief from their chronic pain.

Generally a multifaceted approach delivers the more desired results.

It included a multifaceted literacy program.

Such a multifaceted figure from mythology seemed the perfect inspiration for the jeweler.

Taiwan’s transportation history is multifaceted.

The full answer to that question is multifaceted and complex, but at its core it’s all about focus and flexibility.

Those features dramatically expand the possibilities for diverse, multifaceted retail commerce applications.

To be effective, approaches must be multifaceted and part of a comprehensive program.

Donahue notes that without a “single driving cause, our approach has to be multifaceted.”

Education can be multifaceted: ideological, cultural, vocational and technical.

His multifaceted interests took him through politics, journalism, public speaking and creative writing.

In our (overly) public, complicated and multifaceted digital lives, that’s refreshing.

Scrum focuses on teams with multifaceted know-how, whereas Kanban makes specialized, functional teams possible.

The Business Research Center is designed to aid businesses in meeting the multifaceted challenges of our complex society.

Therefore, we should say, “Perhaps (or “from a perspective”) reality is multifaceted.”

You have to show a full, multifaceted point of view in order for it to be real.”