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better-than-average

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  • "This is for sure a better-than-average North Dakota wheat crop," said Ben Handcock , executive vice president of the Wheat Quality Council, an industry group that's organized the annual tour for decades.

    Crop on a Comeback Trail

  • Washington was the first president, he denied being named a king, he was a so-so soldier and he was a better-than-average general.

    Best U.S. Presidents | myFiveBest

  • Max grew into a star thanks to his physique, his charisma, and the better-than-average scripts for these serials.

    The Codex Continual » Bulwark Media: Max Dawes

  • PepsiCo Inc., which markets apple juice under its Tropicana and Ocean Spray brands, and global commodities merchant Louis Dreyfus Ltd., long an active orange-juice trader, have thrown their weight behind the move to introduce apple-juice-concentrate futures, giving the contract a better-than-average chance of gaining wide acceptance.

    Well, How About Them Apple-Juice Futures?

  • They may be better-than-average tasters but the literature on human bias is very, very extensive.

    Lenn Thompson

  • Although there are no guarantees, building the following five elements into your brand will give it a better-than-average chance of success.

    Marc Stoiber: Why Rebuilding Cities Need to Rethink Their Brand

  • PERSONAL BESTS: Two shows battling it out against Dancing in that unforgiving 8/7c time period had better-than-average weeks.

    Matt's TV Week in Review

  • When asked, most individuals will describe themselves as better-than-average in areas such as leadership, social skills, written expression, or just about any flavor of savvy where the individual has an interest.

    Unskilled and Unaware of It | clusterflock

  • This tendency of the average person to believe he or she is better-than-average is known as the “above-average effect,” and it flies in the face of logic … by definition, descriptive statistics says that it is impossible absurdly improbable for a majority of people to be above average.

    Unskilled and Unaware of It | clusterflock

  • Because they, like Franken, are better-than-average senators from average states.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Price of Depression, the Upside of Optimism

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