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  • noun Plural form of intangible.

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Examples

  • Central Command in the region, here at the Pentagon, across the board, the most senior officers in the U.S. military, their concern is what they call the intangibles, the quality of the force.

    CNN Transcript Jan 19, 2005

  • Stats measure the effects of what we call intangibles, and always have.

    NYT > Home Page

  • USATODAY. com - Handling intangibles is key for tourney teams

    USATODAY.com - Handling intangibles is key for tourney teams

  • I'm just wondering are there any shorter-term intangibles in there that could roll off in 2009 or 2010 that could bring that number down from $100 million annualized run rate.

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  • I'm just wondering are there any shorter-term intangibles in there that could roll off in 2009 or 2010 that could bring that number down from $100 million annualized run rate.

    SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page

  • I’m sure they still believe they’re the better team, so I don’t think we’ll see any big shift in intangibles in this game.

    Matthew Yglesias » Predictions

  • They think the intangibles are the warm and fuzzy part.

    Make Yourself Unforgettable

  • There are things that yards per pass attempt can't quantify: luck, so-called intangibles like leadership, the importance of a quarterback's surrounding cast including a strong defense.

    It's How Well They Throw the Ball

  • They think the intangibles are the warm and fuzzy part.

    Make Yourself Unforgettable

  • Ask longtime executives on both sides of the border the attributes of a top-notch passer and it's not long before they mention "intangibles" - which are, by definition, immeasurable.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

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