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  • n. Alternative spelling of like-mindedness.


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  • James Surowiecki in fact had various qualifications for his own expansion of this existing theory, which included things like having a certain amount of "likemindedness" preceding the solution of a problem by the wisdom of a crowd.

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  • You already know I disagree with Molly on some things, and our opinions lining up or our "likemindedness" isn't a litmus test for friendship.

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  • Born on out of creativity and likemindedness, rather then on a chintzy glass table in some A&R's office

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  • Instead of protecting speech and encouraging diversity and innovative thinking, the tenure system often stifles them: aspiring professors must win the approval of established colleagues for tenure, encouraging likemindedness and sometimes inhibiting the free flow of ideas.

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  • But that doesn't necessarily mean we're all wallowing in a pit of likemindedness.

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  • He arrives in Mumbai today late night I will go to recieve him att he airport, this relationship was built through the Internet and likemindedness of photography .

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  • The pressure for likemindedness in action from this source is so great that it is quite superfluous to appeal to imitation.

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  • As the American city is awakening to self-consciousness, it slowly perceives the civic significance of these industrial conditions, and perhaps Chicago has been foremost in the effort to connect the unregulated overgrowth of the huge centers of population, with the astonishingly rapid development of industrial enterprises; quite as Chicago was foremost to carry on the preliminary discussion through which a basis was laid for likemindedness and the coördination of diverse wills.

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  • Ignatius says, "When ye frequently, and in numbers meet together, the powers of Satan are overthrown, and his mischief is neutralized by your likemindedness in the faith."

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • In fact, what links people to your programming-their likemindedness - is vital to a successful brand architecture, Koonin says; you have to define whom you want to talk to.

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