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 adjective Capable of being
anticipated .
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Synergy is the delta between the sum of the parts and their anticipatable outcomes, and the actual outcome not anticipated.
Robert David Steele: REVIEW: Buckminster Fuller's 1928 Ideas & Integrities

Synergy is the delta between the sum of the parts and their anticipatable outcomes, and the actual outcome not anticipated.
Robert David Steele: REVIEW: Buckminster Fuller's 1928 Ideas & Integrities

Synergy is the delta between the sum of the parts and their anticipatable outcomes, and the actual outcome not anticipated.
Robert David Steele: REVIEW: Buckminster Fuller's 1928 Ideas & Integrities

Synergy is the delta between the sum of the parts and their anticipatable outcomes, and the actual outcome not anticipated.
Robert David Steele: REVIEW: Buckminster Fuller's 1928 Ideas & Integrities

Synergy is the delta between the sum of the parts and their anticipatable outcomes, and the actual outcome not anticipated.
Robert David Steele: REVIEW: Buckminster Fuller's 1928 Ideas & Integrities

Synergy is the delta between the sum of the parts and their anticipatable outcomes, and the actual outcome not anticipated.
Robert David Steele: REVIEW: Buckminster Fuller's 1928 Ideas & Integrities

Synergy is the delta between the sum of the parts and their anticipatable outcomes, and the actual outcome not anticipated.
Robert David Steele: REVIEW: Buckminster Fuller's 1928 Ideas & Integrities

Synergy is the delta between the sum of the parts and their anticipatable outcomes, and the actual outcome not anticipated.
Robert David Steele: REVIEW: Buckminster Fuller's 1928 Ideas & Integrities

Synergy is the delta between the sum of the parts and their anticipatable outcomes, and the actual outcome not anticipated.
Robert David Steele: REVIEW: Buckminster Fuller's 1928 Ideas & Integrities

Synergy is the delta between the sum of the parts and their anticipatable outcomes, and the actual outcome not anticipated.
Robert David Steele: REVIEW: Buckminster Fuller's 1928 Ideas & Integrities
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