Bolshevism was the linchpin that held all the other facets of conspiracy together.
I look forward to this new era of Libyan music, in all its facets.
The religion shaped all facets of life: art, medicine, literature, and even dynastic politics.
This warped ideology, Bayor argues, trickled down into all facets of American immigration policy.
The memoir will highlight all facets of Westwood's career, and will include commentary by family and friends.
The question merely confronts us with two other facets of itself.
Ideally, education addresses all the facets of the human being.
There must be facets in the stone even finer than those he knew, which had never been revealed to him.
He moved the finger so that the light flashed from the facets of the stone.
I moved towards the window and, ostensibly catching the light upon the facets of the matchless 126 stone, peeped into the circlet.
facet fac·et (fās'ĭt)
A small smooth area on a bone or other firm structure.
A worn spot on a tooth, produced by chewing or grinding.