- n. Plural form of solution.
“Just like Gore and everyone else who does it claiming over and over that the science is settled and it's all about the necessary solutions now, the question itself has to be understood to be about the *solutions*, just the same way that such a stupid question about terrorism and Islamo-fascism would be interpreted as being about the solutions.”
“In order to recognise that it is pointless to propose global solutions, and equally pointless to criticise such solutions on a continent-wide level.”
“With over 50 offices worldwide, Guy Carpenter creates and executes reinsurance solutions and delivers capital market solutions* for clients across the globe.”
“With 50 offices worldwide, Guy Carpenter creates and executes reinsurance solutions and delivers capital market solutions* for clients across the globe.”
“I strongly encourage state and business officials to meet at one table with EPA and Corps of Engineers officials to discuss the best solutions -solutions that create jobs and protect our beautiful state and its people - all at the same time.”
“The method of estimating the potency of insulin solutions is based on the effect that insulin produces upon the blood sugar of normal animals.”
“Ahmed added that while East African countries are implementing their own short term solutions to the drought, long range planning is needed to deal with the uncertainty of climate change.”
“Moreover, these precautionary steps only are short term solutions which do not address the broader global problems of energy dependence and consumption which make all of us vulnerable.”
“The main disadvantage that EC2 has compared to other solutions is the lack of permanent storage, that forced us to change the file storage system to use S3 instead of just keeping them on the filesystem.”
“Short term solutions included making CAN fertilizer harder to convert into an HME, more easily detectable, and easier to track.”
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