multisided

multisided

(ˌmʌltɪˈsaɪdɪd)
adj
having several sides or aspects
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In doing so, he presents a multisided story explaining the Kremlin's prerogatives as well as the perspective of people on the Maidan, the views of Ukrainian radical nationalists as well the perceptions of many people in the Donbas afraid of losing their Soviet identity and thus their "moral ground" in the new nationalized Ukraine.
Abyzov's book, it can be concluded that the Russian spiritual culture developed in a more organic, multisided and freer way in the independent, democratic Latvia than on the other side of the border.
These conflicts aim to prevent any collective action between the different stakeholders in Uber's multisided market.
troops in Syria, many of them special forces, were ostensibly helping to combat Daesh but were also seen as a possible bulwark against Syrian President Bashar Assad, who has retaken much of the country from his foes in the multisided civil war, with military help from Iran and Russia.
What began as a popular uprising against Bashar Al Assad's authoritarian rule more than seven years ago then devolved into a multisided war that dragged in international powers, including the United States and Russia.
Mika Reyes, Sisi Rondina, Ces Molina and Aiza Maizo Pontillas combined for 33 points in a multisided attack on the Smart Army defense.
It did not seem to have an underlying geopolitical purpose, although those forces did ultimately become entangled in Somalia's multisided political conflict.
Now the trend has been changed; as the move from industrial to an information-based economy, the different and fresh place of work require workers to use high-level of skills and knowledge to solve multisided and multidimensional issues (Rogers, 1991) and for achieving all these objectives, alternative assessment may prove fruitful, because alternative assessments focus on evolving imaginative and creative skills.
One approach, advocated by Lapo Filistrucchi and others for an important class of multisided platforms, defines the relevant product market as encompassing both sides of a platform.
The air attack, denounced by Damascus and its allies as an illegal act of aggression, was unlikely to alter the course of a multisided war that has killed at least half a million people.
The strikes risked pulling the United States deeper into the complex, multisided war in Syria and raised the possibility of confrontation with Russia and Iran, both of which were supporting Mr.
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