The immensely strong hold of the Bible Belt culture transcends nearly every aspect of lesbian life in southern Mississippi.
That is the core problem, but the Obama administration is only dealing with one aspect of it, and in the smallest way possible.
It does, however, get at the Hail Mary aspect of both picks by nominees behind in the polls.
Gazzaley pointed out this aspect of games when explaining the success of NeuroRacer.
Both Emanuel and Endeavor declined to comment on any aspect of this article.
Nothing about the aspect of the other rooms of the chateau had struck you as familiar?
The first aspect of Rotterdam is strongly in favour of the people.
She slowly rose at this, facing him with an aspect as handsomely mild as his own.
Hawarden is called a Castle, but it has not, either in its exterior or interior, the aspect of a Castle.
The chill presence of death has altered the aspect of everything.
late 14c., an astrological term, "relative position of the planets as they appear from earth" (i.e., how they "look on" one another); later also "way of viewing things," from Latin aspectus "seeing, looking, appearance," from past participle of aspicere "to look at," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + specere "to look" (see scope (n.1)). Meaning "the look one wears, the appearance of things" attested by early 15c.
aspect as·pect (ās'pěkt)
An appearance or look.
The side of an object that faces in a particular direction.