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“This would not only be beneficial to people who are planning to travel to that location, but also allow them to “pre-plan” their trip, and get a better idea on what to expect.”
“I'd put shooting directly between golf and poker on the pre-plan/execute within the rules and adjust/react continuum.”
“They pre-plan everything now so by the end, everything just sort of matches up in an incredible way.”
“Some have commented that Chile has not yet reached pre-plan levels - so what.”
“The pre-plan levels were not sustainable nor were they just (equitable).”
“* Use a scheduling account such as SocialOomph to pre-plan the posting of your updates for time efficiency and retweet effectiveness.”
“I guess my pain comes from the fact that my usual method is to pre-plan to the nth degree, then have a relatively smooth run with actually writing the book.”
“Considering I personally loathe outlines and tend to just take an idea and run with it, trying to pre-plan this story, with six other writers who had six other ideas, was nearly impossible.”
“He stacks up a wall for each day to log where his time went or pre-plan the day.”
“Are we to honestly believe that a woman who was misled by a cretinsuch as Bush to vote, with conviction, for war and did not read the NIE report prior to voting, somehow has the judgement to pre-plan before she meets with foreign heads of state?”
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