“They're looking at Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., for example, and seeing what they call a smarter, more experienced candidate who's equally as conservative.”
“I grade Palin smarter than Obama plus she ran her state better than he is running this country.”
“Microsoft, as they did with the Windows Phone 7 Series, is making their devices smarter from the root level.”
“It is the only way to bring in smarter, better adults to teach our children.”
“What may make you smarter is working on activities that are outside your core competency.”
“What's smarter is to keep you politics away from kids that aren't old enough to vote.”
“As I talk to clients in a variety of industries about smarter computing, some variation of this question often comes up, "If we're not doing everything you include in your definition of smarter computing are we at least doing smart computing?”
“Moreover if we except that smarter is better subject to qualifications, then we have to do away with disparate impact and the 4/5 rule.”
“When I wrote “smarter is almost always better,” I put in important qualifications, and expressed them in terms of the fireman example.”
“Oops, that second-to-last last sentence was maybe not clear -- we meant the people of color were saying things in smarter ways.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘smarter’.
Mixed lyrics, students need to analyze the words and decide which ones are related to which songs
Looking for tweets for smarter.