aspirationally love

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  • adverb In an aspirational manner.

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Examples

  • With this we must help to spark a new generation of educated, hopeful, empowered, aspirationally relevant and opportunity rich young people here and around the world -- focused on maximizing their enlightened self-interest, and advancing the interest of civilization and community in the process.

    John Hope Bryant: Financial Literacy as the First Global Silver Rights Empowerment Tool: 5 Things Countries Can Do

  • If we don't turn this around, within a generation the aspirationally focused and at that point deserving too young people representing China, India and other developing countries, focused on education, will simply eat America's lunch.

    John Hope Bryant: Why We Need To Make Smart Sexy Again

  • One of the leading American imports and exports today, oddly enough, are Asian college students; sent by their aspirationally focused parents who desire for their children the cutting edge higher education that America offers.

    John Hope Bryant: Why We Need To Make Smart Sexy Again

  • With this we must help to spark a new generation of educated, hopeful, empowered, aspirationally relevant and opportunity rich young people here and around the world -- focused on maximizing their enlightened self-interest, and advancing the interest of civilization and community in the process.

    John Hope Bryant: Financial Literacy as the First Global Silver Rights Empowerment Tool: 5 Things Countries Can Do

  • "We love and respect each other," he said, if somewhat aspirationally the same apparently can't be said of both models and salespeople's attitude toward management.

    Abercrombie's Tourist Allure

  • The major problem with a process-oriented campaign, as Democrats from Gary Hart to Bill Bradley have discovered, is that it tends to appeal to elites, who vote aspirationally, rather than to the much broader pool of primary voters, who tend to focus on tangibles, such as health-care benefits and tax credits.

    Teacher and Apprentice

  • But there was a wealth of information why -- either aspirationally, trying to get some incentive to do something, and also physically in trying to experiment with these kinds of things.

    CNN Transcript Dec 25, 2009

  • The major problem with a process-oriented campaign, as Democrats from Gary Hart to Bill Bradley have discovered, is that it tends to appeal to elites, who vote aspirationally, rather than to the much broader pool of primary voters, who tend to focus on tangibles, such as health-care benefits and tax credits.

    Teacher and Apprentice

  • We've found that the people who fall in love with a hotel are people who use those five adjectives to aspirationally describe themselves.

    Q&A: Boutique Hotel Owner Chip Conley

  • But I also aspirationally suggested that the media, if they can't resist making mountains out of molehills, set aside say five minutes per hour or a box per daily newspaper to the subject of "Gaffegate" -- foolish comments that really don't bear on who should win and serve.

    Huff Radio: 7 Days in America: Gaffegate...with Jim Hightower, Ron Reagan, Huffington and Green

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