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“Authors who take the lead on social media and grass-roots outreach will be well-poised to keep the promotion goingonce we've moved on to other books.”
“With nearly 6 million Americans expected to undergo medical procedures abroad in 2010 (source: Deloitte Center for Health Solutions), Colombia is well-poised to capture many of America's "medical tourists" looking to capitalize on the country's lower procedures costs, which are typically 10-30% of costs in the US (source: Proexport Colombia).”
“Google is well-poised for dominance, there are a number of alternative OSes out there like webOS and Android, and with Linux it is becoming increasing cheap for anyone to start from scratch in inventing their own Operating System for their own custom device.”
“Each of these men is well-poised to play a critical role in getting this bill passed, and they should each do everything they can to make that happen.”
“He seems well-poised to shake things up a bit with his column.”
“The news strengthens the hand of Democrats, who believe that their recruit, state Sen. John Adler, is well-poised to capture this moderate swing district. print share”
“That sector looks really well-poised for coming out of the recession.”
“The New York Times 'Sheryl Gay Stolberg considers whether Obama's most prominent use of technology will be to create a communications platform the skilled orator is well-poised to exploit.”
“On the other hand, many delegates observed that Barr's candidacy is well-poised to attract conservative voters away from John McCain, and many believed the media spotlight on Barr's marijuana policy conversion could have a considerable impact on conservative Republican audiences across the United States.”
“But if they can avoid any such false confidence, Obama will be well-poised to challenge Clinton in her Custer-like (or, should we say Rudy-like) last stands in Ohio and Texas.”
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