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“Once these calendar-related hurdles have been overcome, a renewed spike in volatility must be almost pre-programmed.”
“Another serious downside risk is that no action will be agreed upon to counter the pre-programmed fiscal tightening in the U.S., which could tip the economy into a recession that monetary policy can do little to counter," Mr. Padoan said.”
“Some of the responses appear to be pre-programmed.”
“Pitting machine intelligence against human gullibility, researchers at the Web Ecology Project in San Francisco are using Twitter as a proving ground for advanced pre-programmed personalities called "socialbots" that can engage in extended conversations via Twitter by imitating the behavior of real people sending and receiving messages.”
“So the company, which typically pays 100% of an employee's E.M.B.A. tuition, scrutinizes international trips closely to make sure they aren't too pre-programmed or routine, says Rob Hums, senior analyst of learning and development.”
“How deep religion goes, and how much we ourselves are pre-programmed for it, ultimately touches on the sickening question and how religions respond to it.”
“Oppose the President basically like a pre-programmed computer, the loser's are the American public ...”
“In particular, we're looking for written descriptions of methods that allow a user to download pre-programmed episodic media like audio files or video files from a remote publisher, with the download occurring after the user subscribes to the episodes, and with the user continuing to automatically receive new episodes.”
“A simple computer chip can be pre-programmed so the chainring/cog combinations can be ordered properly.”
“Would that pre-programmed Apple have forecast "a striking start for a nervy party" from Steve Richards in the Indy?”
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