throw (some) light upon (something)

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throw (some) light upon (something)

To reveal information or details about something; to clarify or help people understand something. (A more formal version of "throw (some) light on something.") We've hired a private investigator to help throw light upon the clandestine dealings of the baron. These documents we've uncovered throw some light upon how the late author's final book was meant to end.
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One who throws light upon a subject; as an editor by not
And now if we pass on to the second point we find that each throws light upon the other.
It throws light upon the leading competitors in the global markets and apart from the general overview of the companies it also focuses upon their financial position, key products, SWOT, and markets.
This accomplishment throws light upon Cyberoam GSMC's strength in ensuring desired consistency, traceability and willingness to augment customer experience and confidence with exceptional technical support services.
Directed by Ashu Trikha, the film throws light upon ambitions of the youth and how their aims shift to organised crimes with an underlying message that crime never dies, it just modifies faces.
In doing so, the research throws light upon emerging value segments within Islamic society and also dispels many widely held beliefs.
Finally, an essay by Jonathan Ribner on pollution in London throws light upon the prevailing industrial fogginess and gloom of the city.
The report also throws light upon the recent industry trends/issues accounting for changes in demand.
It throws light upon the leading competitors in the global Antenna, Transducer, And Radome Markets and apart from the general overview of the companies, it also focuses on their financial positions, key products, and markets.