CPOV

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AcronymDefinition
CPOVCumulative Point of View
CPOVCertain Point of View
CPOVCertified Pre-Owned Vehicle
CPOVChristian Peace Officers of Vermont
CPOVCommunity Point of View (open source publishing)
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From a certain point of view we are here in the presence of a domestic drama."
Indeed, from a certain point of view you could not have done better.
It may be used, however, to indicate that a certain proposition is considered to be true from a certain point of view, or from some leading principles, or from a world view.
In the Syrian intellectual environment, there are two opposing voices, each representing a certain point of view in the broad sense of the word: One voice proclaims that change means change in "chairs" first and foremost, that is, that the revolution should topple the existing regime, complete with its symbols, institutions and agencies; and the other declares that change means change of [people's] "heads" first (and perhaps only), meaning that actual revolution topples the prevailing culture and social configuration, represented mainly by the ideas, values and practices of political Islam.
From a certain point of view, their situation symmetrically reflects the difficulties that the Palestinian people face collectively in the entire West Bank: military occupation, the absence of legal protection on the basis of the rights of citizenship, the continuously expanding Israeli settlements and the resulting tensions.
Answering questions on the Obama Administrations report to the US Congress about Afghanistan and Pakistan, she said it reflects certain point of view on some very difficult issues.
Answering questions on the Obama Administration's report to the US Congress about Afghanistan and Pakistan, she said "it reflects certain point of view on some very difficult issues.
"I was quite surprised by the attitude of Minister Harb who may have a certain point of view regarding Lebanese-Syrian relations, but he could have expressed his position in official mail, without raising the issue in public," Khoury said.
that from a certain point of view there was no hope at all.
Practice guidelines that are biased toward a certain point of view may not serve the public interest, unless that point of view is to seek the safest, least expensive, and most effective treatments available.