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“Carl Kaysen, deputy to Bundy, played an important role in Harrimans selection for this task, worked to get protest ban witnesses on the list for a preliminary hearing at the Senate Armed Services Committee, and served, according to one respected journalist, as a key member, perhaps the key member, of the Harriman mission.”
“At the level of the individual ExPro, the key issue is the best use of multimedia—i.e., how best to combine multiple modalities visual, auditory, olfactory, and tactile to convey information.”
“In a precise, frequently performed movement, Grisha clicks the key in the lock, and the heavy door noiselessly opens.”
“With the SEMs and ExPros we can construct the Experiential Grid, which is the key strategic planning tool of experiential marketing, as shown in Figure 3.4.”
“Borya and I sit very quietly, with our eyes on the key and what it is about to reveal, silently marveling at our privileged and exclusive vantage point.”
“As we will see, the creation of SEMs and of holistic experiences raises a range of structural and strategic issues and the key organizational issue of how to build an experience-oriented organization.”
“By showing me that forgiveness is the key to everything, including physica health and healing, he gave me an example of Christ-like thinking.”
“She uncuffed her son, put the key back and said to her husband, “Sit.””
“When the key people in charge of the simulations, notably MSC engineers George Franklin and Raymond Zedekar, concluded that the risk was far less when the commander went out first, the mission planners scratched the Gemini procedures and wrote new ones for Apollo.”
“Roswell Gilpatric, under secretary of the Air Force under Truman, was tapped for the key deputy slot.”
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