a/one side of the story/picture

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a/one side of the ˈstory/ˈpicture

only one way of looking at a situation: There are two sides to this story, and you’ve only heard Jim’s.This programme on the dispute only shows one side of the picture.
See also: of, one, picture, side, story
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But I worry that with everyone just getting one side of the story, people have a skewed picture of me.
Then ft can get pretty messy, with blaming, name calling, and mudslinging but, if you make a judgment based on one side of the story and start jumping on the bandwagon to oppose--or perhaps destroy--those with differing views, we never will find the truth, or a solution.
Branded as "the main nerve of major digital transformations" in the region by the TRA, the promise of higher coverage, density and availability of mobile services is just one side of the story.
Instead, he has accepted as fact only, one side of the story.
If schools and educators don't work with the news media, only one side of the story will be told.
The glamour of being a doctor, as portrayed in many TV series, or the pride of parents and kin in having a doctor in the house, is only one side of the story.
In press statements following the meeting, Deputy Speaker of the House of Lords Caroline Cox expressed the delegation's concern about the British foreign policy on Syria and the media reports conveyed to the British people telling only one side of the story.
Both sides have been responsible for civilian deaths and torture, but we are only being told one side of the story, and a distorted one at that.
It's difficult from his family's point of view because they've heard one side of the story and believed it for such a long time.
Coleen says IT'S difficult from his family's point of view because they've heard one side of the story and believed it for such a long time.
But the pro-abortion movement chooses to tell only one side of the story.
There's been a slew of political cartoons on countless injustices felt by both parties, including a handful that portray news outlets broadcasting only one side of the story.
Sarvjeet wrote: "Only one side of the story was heard.
Second, you cannot choose to hear only one side of the story.
In her closing submission, Miss Pitman said: "They (the police) have investigated one side of the story and they have not investigated the other.