World's View

World's View,

Zimbabwe: see Malindidzimu HillMalindidzimu Hill
or World's View,
granite hill, SW Zimbabwe, 25 mi (40 km) S of Bulawayo. It was designated by Cecil Rhodes as the resting place for those who served Great Britain well in Africa. Rhodes and Sir Leander Starr Jameson are buried there.
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"I believe this show can help change the world's view of women in politics," says Caitlin.
Some of the exhibition tableaux hint at an underlying angst about issues such as nationalism, a sense of identity, cultural stereotypes, the Swiss place in the world and the world's view of the Swiss, but the pervading impression is of a carnival run like clockwork, a contradiction that could perhaps only take place in Switzerland.
Others lamented that the straight world's view of gay life would forever be painted with the show's brush.
Matlock realized that with his gift to gab, he could help shape the world's view by establishing his own public relations firm.
* Apologia of the age: An editorial in The Economist, January 29, entitled "The World's View of Multinationals": "In the main, they should be seen as a powerful force for good.