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  • When the kids made fun of my hair, you always told me it would be a leveragable comic asset.

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  • Lesson - Marxist economic policies are neither leveragable nor sustainable, as evidenced by the collapse of the Soviet Union, followed by no resulting global economic impact from that loss.

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  • The result is that these technologies and techniques that are being developed by and for corporations are often leveragable for improvements in education -- and conversely, of course.

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  • As opposed to use of email as a collaborative tool which is interruptive and not leveragable.

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  • Enterprise2.0 is non-interruptive and leveragable.

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  • It sounds like the project sites are not findable or leveragable outside the team until the project is done or dead.

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  • For its newly elected president, however, the 53.3 trillion cubic feet of natural gas reserves in the ground are Bolivia's last leveragable asset, given the largely successful eradication of its once-prolific coca-farming industry.

    Bolivia On The Brink

  • Or at some point, do you then get to see that SG&A as it decelerates become more of a leveragable or more of a contributor to sort of ultimately get to that EBIT number?

  • On tope of that, we've been extremely successful in monetizing some of our non-performing loans and turning those into new performing loans and also a lot of the non-performing loans were not leveragable.

  • Highly compatible and leveragable technology know how

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  • Yucky biz speak word for that which is able to be leveraged.

    February 16, 2011