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“We know the word 'low-hanging fruit' is overused, but there is still more stuff to be gotten out of that waste stream.”
“We'll try to find a few low-hanging fruit to pick," he said, "assuming we can agree on the definition of low-hanging.”
“Specifically, as a country's economy grows richer and more advanced, it eventually exhausts the easiest opportunities for growth, or what economist Tyler Cowen calls the "low-hanging fruit.”
“Generally, fundraising is easier at the beginning, when you have the so-called low-hanging fruit.”
“Mr. BILL BALLENGER (Publisher, Inside Michigan Politics): I think the Republicans are certainly concentrating on the low-hanging fruit, even those in the medium branches.”
“Many provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2009 won't be implemented until 2014, but much of the low-hanging fruit started Thursday.”
“There is no low-hanging fruit in the EU budget," says Mats Persson, the director of Open Europe, a London-based euroskeptic think tank.”
“That is, projects that employ people quickly are often considered "low-hanging fruit" and can fail to set the stage for long-term economic growth.”
“There are people who would argue that all the low-hanging fruits have been harvested and that the pharmaceutical industry is at an end," Mr. Schwan says.”
“Bring Tom DeLay on his show and he'll slap DeLay's back like they were golfing buddies, but show him some low-hanging fruit and he'll suddenly bare his teeth.”
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