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“There are plenty of bloggers who use their real names that, depending on your view and the "groundrules" of conversation in different places, might be considered incivil.”
“HBO did not air the invocation and it set groundrules for the other networks not to shoot the stage, as per its exclusive arrangement, including when Bishop Robinson delivered the blessing.”
“We should be able to find something we like and just .... copy the groundrules and .... voila, density that's nice.”
“A key management strategy for these situations is to establish the groundrules for the assignment ahead of time -- how much time will be involved, what relief from other assignments will be given, what happens when the project is completed?”
“The investigations are inherently secret, often with hidden groundrules that foreclose speaking to the best witnesses, and can stretch for years until public attention dwindles.”
“There is a huge difference between asking if we should be talking with Iran without precondition (Obama's stance) and simply seeking dialogue after some mutually acceptable groundrules/conditions.”
“On the basis of these principles, Bergstein developed three groundrules for creativity:”
“They set groundrules in these sessions with their counsellor and talk about where they are and what they need to learn, to do, to change, in order to be better in relationship with one another.”
“Also, a reporter doing his job will often refuse your groundrules.”
“(APPLAUSE) ... that's an important role that we can play, laying the groundrules to spur innovation.”
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