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“Again, there are well-tested means of protecting sheep from the bears.”
“As Godfrey Lienhardt observed about the Dinka: “They do not expect sacrifice automatically to achieve some specific result with the certainty of a well-tested technical procedure.””
“There are well-tested and cost-effective approaches common in rich countries, such as fortification with vitamins and minerals of staple crops and condiments, and ensuring pregnant mothers and babies six months and older have access to nutritious products.”
“In a statement, the automaker said it believed the findings should "reinforce confidence" in the safety of its vehicles, which Toyota said were "well-designed and well-tested" to ensure they did not accelerate accidentally.”
“These officials say they are taking a well-tested approach in their investigations: press low-level employees to implicate higher-up executives.”
“Oncologists are attempting to find substitute drugs (which are more expensive and may be less well-tested), or are sending patients to a more expensive hospital facility (which can more easily shift costs or obtain discount pricing).”
“September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows, a 9/11 group that has backed the administration on civilian trials, said Monday: "Military commissions have been embroiled in a series of legal challenges and we fully expect that this inadequate alternative to our well-tested federal court system will continue to delay our pursuit of justice.”
“Theory in science means something like, "A well-tested and broadly accepted natural explanation that successfully accounts for a wide range of observations.”
“Rather than having privileged access to some "objective" realm denied to the rest of us, they are equipped with a well-tested and productive procedure.”
“Whitman is following the well-tested route of Republican candidates who have succeeded statewide in California.”
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