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1 Two measures should do a good deal to grease the wheels of the City's securities business.
2 With some you have to grease the wheels more liberally.
3 Thereafter the tribute was only paid to grease the wheels of Anglo-papal diplomacy, but even these sporadic payments ceased from 1289.
4 Trade agreements grease the wheels of importing and exporting.
5 William's father tried to grease the wheels for him to get the job.
6 How much money must flow from the developed world to developing countries to grease the wheels and secure their approval?
7 And most people agree that some lying is even necessary — to avoid petty squabbles and to grease the wheels of a relationship.
8 For McAuliffe, a lifelong musician,(www.Sentencedict.com) Native American flutes help grease the wheels of his interaction with neurotypicals.
9 Indeed, a number of economists believe the European Central Bank should grease the wheels for the needed shift in relative prices by flexibly interpreting its mandate of price stability.
10 Many consultants like to tout that they have good guanxi and can arrange meetings with powerful officials to grease the wheels of commerce.
11 Firms want to believe that workers are there because they love it, she adds. 'So if you want to grease the wheels in your favor, you can't be a clock watcher or just be in it for the money.
12 I gave the removal men some money for a drink to help grease the wheels.
13 You'll need marketing and administration (at the very least) to grease the wheels of your company.
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