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“The pull, which is rooted in a caveman/woman-ish desire to avoid the stress of "fight or flight" adrenaline surges, tries to keep us on life's well-trod paths of safety.”
“Yep, here we have the well-trod trope that short sellers, like any deliverer of bad news, are a public enemy—though even Mr. Levin apparently understood that his case wouldn't be superficially plausible unless he could attach the adjective "massive" to Goldman's short.”
“This case follows along a well-trod path, cleared by earlier decisions by the Supreme Court," said lead plaintiffs' counsel Joseph Sellers on Thursday.”
“Building off decades of artificial-intelligence research, Watson pursues one well-trod path — broadly analyzing vast libraries of text for answers — rather than relying on deep structural knowledge of a very narrow area, such as lunar geology, seen in so-called "expert" systems, says Ellen Voorhees of the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg, Md.”
“Short on time and dollars, few tourists venture outside of these well known, well-trod vacation spots.”
“Some people coast through life, being directed by others or following the well-trod paths created for them.”
“He slung the saddlebags over his shoulder and led her into the woods along a well-trod path.”
“Her eighty-hour work weeks might keep her from socializing or dating outside her office walls -- but she's paying her dues on the well-trod path to wealth and happiness.”
“The play is deeply moving and remarkably timely, considering the well-trod dramatic territory it covers.”
“After his release, he looked for a church near Hope Village and wound up making the well-trod walk from the halfway house to Allen Chapel A.M.E.”
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