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1. In business, the pragmatic approach to problems is often more successful than an idealistic one.
2. She was a dreamer - not pragmatic.
3. We need to adopt a more pragmatic approach.
4. Our approach is essentially pragmatic.
5. They're pragmatic about the spending cuts.
6. Williams took a more pragmatic approach to management problems.
7. He or she is a pragmatic dreamer, a person with an original but attainable vision.
8. It rejects pragmatic gradualism in favour of grand design: its ideas are described as a Vision of 2005.
9. Corporate and commercial law seemed a pragmatic choice, an important place to start.
10. Its outlook will remain uniquely short-term, pragmatic, suspicious of grandiose institutional change.
11. To achieve electoral success, pragmatic parties might shift their position or expand the range of viewpoints they encompass.
12. Such an idea also had pragmatic appeal: saving herself from damnation.
13. However, it seems reasonable to assume that pragmatic factors in comprehension will also be present in production.
14. Pragmatic considerations led the government to abandon pure Marxist policies.
15. There are generally two pragmatic reasons for knowing the strength of a material.
16. In his pragmatic search for a partner to fulfil a role, love and happiness were secondary considerations.
17. James Black is a measured, pragmatic Lepidus, who lets down his hair rather memorably at the Romans' revel.
18. Its acceptance will be helped by the pragmatic approach that Tao Systems is taking in integrating its baby with existing systems.
19. Mr Rafsanjani's pragmatism deserves pragmatic acceptance.
20. Poetic, evocative, black-and-white footage alternates with a more pragmatic, colorful picture of the family today.
21. This pragmatic movement in philosophy also had a significant impact on the social theory of the time.
22. His actual policy was far more pragmatic than his rhetoric about punishing aggression.
23. There is a more pragmatic reason.
24. It originally existed for pragmatic reasons.
25. Porras found an astute ally in newly elected President Alvaro Arzu, a pragmatic businessman with an instinct for building consensus.
26. Everything was affected by the rising tide including the growth of moderate, pragmatic Socialism.
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27. He shared Pearse's ideal of a Free Ireland, but his methods were slightly more pragmatic.
28. That is to say, it may be possible to give powerful functionalist explanations of linguistic phenomena by reference to pragmatic principles.
29. Setting aside any principled notions that I have, which I do have, you know, it is purely pragmatic business.
30. However subsequent research has shown that both negatives and passives are used in response to the presence of particular pragmatic factors.
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