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    idioms

    i desperately need another words or idiom to explain "there are two perspectives for each factors"

    pls help.thanks

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    Re: idioms

    What's the context? There are idioms (many ways to skin a cat/two sides to every story), but I am not sure that they would necessarily fit the context.

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