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self-generating

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  • A populist momentum has arisen in the streets in one of those human waves of emotion that seems to be self-generating and unpredictable.

    Phil Bronstein: Yank Him, Obama; Reagan Would Have

  • The company has survived, but is still not in the black, by becoming a self-generating ecosystem: The shows attract new students, the performers teach, the students attend new shows, and all of it attracts new donors.

    Brooklyn Crew Hangs in There

  • I love what the young artists are doing, the street stuff, the amazing video stuff they're self-generating.

    Dylan Brody: Jeanmarie Simpson -- Artivist in the Modern Landscape (Part 1)

  • These folks are self-generating a great solution for their community.

    Working in a Spiral, We Are Always Turning

  • Also Wednesday, Foster's Group said it expects earnings before interest, tax, SGARA, or self-generating and regenerating assets, and items for the year to June 30 to come in at 1.05 billion-1. 08 billion Australian dollars (US$860 million to US$885 million), which the group said is in line with market forecasts.

    Foster's to Separate Beer, Wine Businesses

  • In the Americas wine business, the company's earnings before interest and tax and SGARA or self-generating and regenerating assets, a type of accounting for wine assets fell 33% to A$107. 4 million.

    Foster's Posts Loss for Latest Year

  • Almost a year after Foster's said it was structurally separating — but not demerging — its wine division in an effort to improve its performance, it said net sales of wine fell in every region, amounting to a 14% decline in earnings before interest, tax and SGARA, or self-generating and regenerating assets, for that division.

    Corporate Watch

  • You're saying that your morality is self-generating and not imposed by an artificial hierarchy.

    Mr. Fish: Barack Obama, Green Day and the New Marxism: An Interview With Graham Nash

  • Guess what I'm saying is that there aren't just two ways to view reality – either a static "is-ness" of frozen real objects blurred by scale (and time) or a proliferating plethora of alternative realities self-generating ad infinitum (in time).

    Are Changes Brewing and How Does the Mind Fit In?

  • There may be no final collapsed state and no infinitely self-generating multiverse – just an ongoing process and relative degrees of ability to consciously experience and control it.

    Are Changes Brewing and How Does the Mind Fit In?

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