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  • noun Plural form of manipulation.

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Examples

  • Such steps are usually very successful - for example, making the Bank of England institutionally independent of political influence was able to remove interest rate manipulations from the policy toolbox of governments seeking re-election - and has been credited with helping the UK's very significant economic recovery.

    The Symbolic Value of Abolishing the Minimum Wage, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • This dance of expressions and manipulations is not simply about starting and stopping a flow of words, initiating or terminating a connection at the technical level.

    Notes on Strange Fiction: Narrative's Function (3)

  • This dance of expressions and manipulations is not simply about starting and stopping a flow of words, initiating or terminating a connection at the technical level.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • Happily, the embryonic stem cell cultures that Martin Evans was then developing provided the necessary vehicle for taking such gene manipulations from the Petri dish into the whole animal.

    The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2007 - Speed Read

  • Did anybody really believe we would get an impartial, unbiased review of this administrations failures, lies, and manipulations from a congress full of the same party of failures, liars and manioulators?

    Think Progress » Iraq intel investigation still being manipulated.

  • But the extent to which this stratum was penetrated, misled about reality, and to some degree fanaticized by Moscow's manipulations is striking.

    The Terrors

  • But the extent to which this stratum was penetrated, misled about reality, and to some degree fanaticized by Moscow's manipulations is striking.

    The Terrors

  • People see lobbyists diverting money on the basis of connections; they see traders making millions off short-term manipulations; they see governments stealing money from future generations to reward current voters.

    The Seattle Times

  • The call the manipulations an "$11 billion accounting scandal."

    Slate Magazine

  • The call the manipulations an "$11 billion accounting scandal."

    Slate Magazine

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