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- adv. In a strategic manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a strategic manner; as regards strategy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with regard to strategy
SA Studios Global is a full service marketing and creative agency that specializes in strategically positioning brands, products and feature films at the core of the Street, Youth and multicultural market.
A few well-placed investments in strategically aligned social media ventures would provide Gasoline Alley worldwide assets, leverage and scalable opportunities on the Internet.
BEST move right now, strategically, is to start making some better Fucking Comics!
In other words, instead of scurrying them away out of view or sending them home to their part of town just before the guests arrive, you let them continue on with their work, directing them to remain strategically framed by well-pruned maples as in a Picturesque scene.
The company can place its own titles in strategically favorable locations, while relegating competing titles to out-of-the-way shelves, or refusing to buy them at all.
Her father, of Czech-Jewish origin, was a chemist and worked in strategically important industrial production during the Second World War, thereby escaping persecution.
So you know there is no reason in the long term strategically it shouldn't work out.
That actually kind of leads into my follow-up which is, so now we have CapEx that's down 50\% for 2009, as you're now think longer-term strategically or obviously you're already
Our fabrication business, that's what we've embarked upon long-term strategically to weather some of this.
So the last quarter of 2006 downunder for 2.0 will be continued posturing, discussions, signing off initial experiments. 2007 will see concentrated startup and large company activity in strategically relevant 2.0 verticals (that relate to real businesses/industries) And 2008 will see the consolidation of the best of these businesses and ideas - absorbed into Fairfaxes, News ', Sensis', PBL, Telstra and Yahoo7. 2009 will probably be a digestion year and good time to have an extended sabbatical, hehe. posted by redbarren at 10: 48 AM
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