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“Serves me right for relying on the edit period, then a call comes that I have totake ....”
“It's less about coming up with perfect solutions and more about creatingan environment wherestaff and partners feel free totake initiative, move quickly towards execution, rapid learning, and continuous improvement.”
“Somehow, an evil nun is trying totake the thing over.”
“We, and others in the faith community, still have deep concerns, particularly when it comes to affordability for low-income families ... so why are we asking you totake action now?”
“Expanding the policy to cover that second category would have been a major step that Kagan and other deans would understandably be reluctant totake.”
“We also asked the ABA to elaborate on the rationale thatit should be largely left up to small and mid-sized organizations totake full responsibility for keeping any PC usedfor Internet bankingfree of banking Trojans.”
“The ECB's Draghi openly encouraged European banks totake advantage of cheap loans, as the central bank left its main policy rate unchanged.”
“And I don't think a "we have to investigate this further" explanation would have stood up under theconstant, coordinated buzzsaw of innuendo from talking heads and bloggerseager totake revenge for so-called left-wing abuses.”
“However, those with the growth mindset are able totake mistakes and learn from them, believing that they are becoming better, smarter, tougher as a result.”
“Angelina Jolie is very close totake the title character in Edward A. Salt, a CIA officer who's acc...”
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