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  • noun Plural form of tangible.

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  • The cultural production of the intangibles is, but the design of the tangibles is not.

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  • The cultural production of the intangibles is, but the design of the tangibles is not.

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  • Blocks are placed on the table, these are called tangibles, and they interface with the visual exposure through the tangibles or fingertips.

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  • The tangibles are the building's structural characteristics and features - even decorative ones like landscape.

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  • So much of the "business world" today is composed of people pushing paper around in circles, I wonder how this is possibly supposed to keep the country vital and how long it can last before our lack of ingenuity and production of "tangibles" comes around to haunt us.

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  • So these were all kind of tangibles that pushed things forward a little bit, but very cautiously.

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  • But, these crops are "tangibles", as Eben says, and it don't make no sense to him.

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  • When a grading of 1 / 5 or 5 / 5 is given it will be a combined rating of 'tangibles' for 1 above and 'intangibles' for items 2 to

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  • But in a broader sense, the Obama stimulus plan acknowledges and ratifies the ongoing shift of the U.S. economy from "tangibles" to "intangibles."

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  • Commissioner Harlan Madsen said the complex project has many "tangibles" that make the model a "moving target."

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