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second-guessing

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  • verb Present participle of second-guess.

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Examples

  • · Decisions that affect life and death are seldom clear cut, but rather by their very nature are prone to second-guessing, criticism and debate … even years later.

    Books

  • · Decisions that affect life and death are seldom clear cut, but rather by their very nature are prone to second-guessing, criticism and debate … even years later.

    Members

  • · Decisions that affect life and death are seldom clear cut, but rather by their very nature are prone to second-guessing, criticism and debate … even years later.

    Chapter News

  • · Decisions that affect life and death are seldom clear cut, but rather by their very nature are prone to second-guessing, criticism and debate … even years later.

    Selections

  • · Decisions that affect life and death are seldom clear cut, but rather by their very nature are prone to second-guessing, criticism and debate … even years later.

    Reviews

  • · Decisions that affect life and death are seldom clear cut, but rather by their very nature are prone to second-guessing, criticism and debate … even years later.

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  • Inevitably, a new round of second-guessing will soon question whether the U.S. can or should compete in globalized manufacturing industries, whether in cleantech or other areas.

    Mark Muro: Learning From Solyndra

  • Inevitably, a new round of second-guessing will soon question whether the U.S. can or should compete in globalized manufacturing industries, whether in cleantech or other areas.

    Mark Muro: Learning From Solyndra

  • Inevitably, a new round of second-guessing will soon question whether the U.S. can or should compete in globalized manufacturing industries, whether in cleantech or other areas.

    Mark Muro: Learning From Solyndra

  • · Decisions that affect life and death are seldom clear cut, but rather by their very nature are prone to second-guessing, criticism and debate … even years later.

    Lives in Balance-Jim Gillett

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