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“The evidence of how incapacitating this can be shows up with laser-like clarity when the reality we live in changes.”
““No Child Left Behind” places laser-like emphasis on those kids who had previously been glossed over.”
“The support of the medical marijuana community, which has money, people, and a laser-like focus on one single life-or-death issue, could sway a close election.”
“Once through the door, use laser-like focus to nab only what you need.”
“In retrospect, the near-trade may have been a wakeup call for Pettitte, who never again seemed to lose the laser-like focus and intensity for which he was known the rest of his career.”
“I will give Restuccia credit for one thing: As the SCOTUS oral argument transcripts make clear, he has a laser-like FOCUS on AEDPA deference and knows that is his ticket to winning in the Supreme Court.”
“By Johnson's definition, you're Zen if you're a really focused cyber-flasher like Anthony Weiner or a buffoon like Donald Trump, whose pure self-aggrandizement requires laser-like concentration.”
“Wednesday's battle between unseeded American Madison Keys and Lucie Safarova of the Czech Republic had serves reaching speeds of up to 118 miles per hour and laser-like shots whizzing within inches of the net—but still had dozens of long rallies and lasted close to three hours.”
“The red digits burned with laser-like intensity in the dark, third-floor bedroom of Number 10.”
“Stephen Fidler's Feb. 10 column Brussels Beat, "ECB Brings Markets Relief, but Greek Worries Persist" contains the best phrase I've read in a long time: Mr. Fidler's description of European leaders' crisis strategy as a "laser-like focus on muddling through.”
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