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from, you can judge, based on
based on his expression
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from the chief's expression, you can tell he doesn't want to proceed with that plan.
Edit  #329 dc
Viewed from the japanese way of thinking, his attitude could be said to be not-common sensical.
Edit  #921 dc
Judging from his email, he's stupid.
Edit  #1613 dc
Judging from the look of the sky, it is likely to rain.
Edit  #3440 dbx
From this point of view, you are right.
Edit  #3441 dbx
By all accounts, it is truth.
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From the look of the sky I'm afraid the rain won't let up for a while.
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From the look of the sky, it may begin to snow tonight.
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From my aesthetic point of view.
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The circumstances gave color to her story.
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From the buyer's point of view, the prices of these CD players are too high.
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From an American's viewpoint, I cannot understand why Japanese overwork.
Edit  #6805 赤毛
From the way he speaks, I will swear that he is not from Tokyo.
Edit  #6806 赤毛
Seeing its attitude lately, it seems that this gentleman does not have any desire to excuse itself.
Edit  #6807 赤毛
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