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    #1

    view

    Which one is c?

    His view of or his view to something?

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    Re: view

    It depends on the context:

    I don't like his views on/about the role of women in society.

    He bough the house with a view to renovating it and renting it out.

    He shot the hostage in full view of the horrified crew.

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    #3

    Re: view

    Do we need a gloss for 'c'?

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