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“His quick and responsive nature -- a nature that enemies might call simulative -- caught and reflected the characteristics of that singular and highly rhetorical age.”
“That may have little simulative effect though the spending benefits the recipients.”
“The borrowed part of the deficits had no discernable simulative effects in those periods.”
“The other part of the deficits, financed by money creation, had strong short run simulative effects on income.”
“For a number of reasons, the concept works with particular effectiveness when computational digital media are the expressive and simulative materials of the construction kits the children use to do their thinking and doodling and reflection -- the equivalent of pencils, crayons, paints, clay, blocks, even Lego bricks.”
“But the real thrust of my comment is that, while this program is likely not the best use of money for stimulus (or even a good one), there is a definite simulative part to it.”
“But Democrats have steadfastly refused, arguing that offsets would diminish the simulative affect of the spending on the sagging economy.”
“Extending unemployment benefits is necessary both for the economic simulative effect and because it is a lifeline that is needed by millions of individuals and families who have lost jobs through no fault of their own.”
“After only a few years, he says it was the supportive and simulative environment that got her to start making eye contact, interact with people and eventually graduate high school.”
“Jared first discussed the simulative effect of the compromise bill.”
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