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1. There are intangible benefits beyond a rise in the share price.
2. She has that intangible quality which you might call charisma.
3. The island has an intangible quality of holiness.
4. We felt an intangible presence in the conference room.
5. The old building had an intangible air of sadness about it.
6. It is very often the intangible and indeterminate savings which provide to be of major significance. 2.
7. Perform a cost-benefit analysis: identify intangible and tangible benefits and costs before putting in the required resources.
8. But for many the intangible rewards of setting a new course for themselves and their company were greater.
9. The benefits are intangible.
10. That was the intangible benefit of HyperCarda hastening of what now seems an inevitable reordering of the way we consume information.
11. Intangible winds gripped the wizard's robe, flapping it out in eddies of blue and green sparks.
12. Customer goodwill is an important intangible asset of any business.
13. The plus factors are all the intangible attributes that are additional to the job description.
14. The bank's accounts have just revealed that its intangible assets have shrunk alarmingly.
15. Measurement Intangible assets, such as knowledge and learning, account for a large part of a company's value.
16. The problem lies in how intangible assets are defined and valued.
17. The positive thinker sees the invisible, feels the intangible and achieves the impossible. Winston Churchill
18. Whatever intangible distinguishes an undefeated team from the long, forgettable list of once-beaten teams, the Hoosiers had it.
19. It was so strong, so intangible yet so strong,(sentencedict.com/intangible.html) this thread of awareness running between them.
20. Castle now carries audio copyrights under intangible assets at directors' valuation instead of at cost less amortisation.
21. After a tortuous argument, the standard-setters agreed to let banks value and disclose their intangible assets in their balance sheets as well.
22. And like the swallows that harvest the thin fields of air, we must become harvesters of ever more intangible fields.
23. The explanation for varied appreciation rates may boil down to something as intangible as popularity.
24. The factors which, if present, indicate the transfer as a going concern largely relate to intangible assets.
25. As with all place advertising, the copy addresses those tangible and intangible factors thought to influence perception and location decision-making.
26. We should tend the mind as a precious jewel box and factory that makes intangible but immortal gems.
27. One of the problems with social services is that, unlike material goods, they are generally intangible.
28. The fourth characteristic is that some of the feedback should come in the form of intangible but meaningful attention from top management.
29. Positive thought for the day On Day 16 we started making plans for our tangible and intangible goals.
30. After a very short time we all felt a horrible feeling of being watched and an intangible atmosphere of dread and doom.
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