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forward-leaning

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  • Both the club's laid-back atmosphere and forward-leaning enterprise build upon a potent legacy.

    A 'Small' Legacy Grows

  • "We might have included it to give the speech balance since we were including parts that might be seen as too forward-leaning towards the Palestinians," Powell said, such as calling on Israel to stop killing and wounding innocent Palestinians and to halt settlment expansion.

    Defining 'Jewish state': For many, term has different meanings

  • We want to be forward-leaning in the industry, taking investors to where we think is a better place for them to earn attractive risk-adjusted returns, but we also need to be mindful of what investor preferences are.

    A Bond Giant's Stock-Fund Strategy

  • We need a positive, forward-leaning message from the president—and business leaders—aimed at the real challenge: improving American competitiveness and fostering growth and innovation.

    CEOs Call for Less Regulation, Better Infrastructure

  • It is the justification the Israelis use for their forward-leaning, preemptive stance.

    How the End Begins

  • It is meant to solve the problem of de-alerting by shifting the readiness posture of each superpower arsenal from a forward-leaning to a more defensive stance.

    How the End Begins

  • The ambassador's important and powerful visit last month to the city of Hama—where peaceful protesters had seized control, but where Syrian forces now are engaged in a gruesome campaign of violence—was an example of the kind of forward-leaning, gutsy diplomacy that our Syria policy now needs.

    Engage With Syria—the People, Not the Regime

  • The more forward-leaning families do the same thing with their sons.

    In the North Woods (or, The War of Art)

  • Late last week, meeting with high tech industry leaders over dinner in Silicon Valley, Obama showed that he might be able to add some forward-leaning vision, and counter the Republican spin that he's anti-business, to the policies that have us moving away from the abyss he inherited from the Bush/Cheney Administration.

    William Bradley: If Obama Loses, It Won't Be Because "It's the Economy, Stupid"

  • Sunday's lineup was to include tenor saxophonist Archie Shepp, 74, whose important, forward-leaning career spans a half century.

    Birdwatching in Manhattan

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