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1. It is preferable to think in terms of knowledge.
2. We women, on the other hand, think in terms of the future.
3. No industrialist can think in terms of a single market.
4. One must think in terms of superpositions of all the different possible locations of all the particles separately!
5. Imagine the rest of the picture: Think in terms of nursing-home humor and prosthetic hands demolished by speeding trucks.
6. I suspect that most sensible designers would think in terms of something more like a skate.
7. And it is also good to think in terms of what bad things could happen.
8. So businesses should think in terms of evolutionary adaptability.
9. Think in terms of probabilities but don't see trading as gambling.
10. If you think in terms of slogans like “free trade good; protectionism evil”, you find it outrageous that a credentialed economist might actually consider trade sanctions on China justified.
11. David Chan Ke strategic experts may think in terms of price and non - price competition.
12. So we think in terms of trade areas or regions.
13. For maximum benefit, think in terms of "rainbow foods" eat a multi-colored range such as plums, broccoli, peppers, cherry tomatoes, cherries, tomatoes and pineapple juice.
14. I meet many businessmen, and I see they think in terms of the overall picture.
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15. Successful entrepreneurs think in terms of 'niche marketing'and 'lateral extension' - in other words, providing more choice to increasingly individualised market segments.
16. Chambers' book nevertheless had a positive effect in encouraging people to think in terms of continuous trends in the development of life.
17. Such thinking may have a particular appeal to Catholic Christians, who tend to think in terms of an evolving revelation.
18. Furthermore, the fans themselves, although recognising the different types of football supporter, will not think in terms of a career structure.
19. The female Lionisers left the rest of their hollands untouched and began to think in terms of returning to the hotel.
20. When explaining shifts in the bullion market people tend to think in terms of supply and demand.
21. In love, or teaching, or leading, it's not too useful to think in terms of one person always on top and the other always on the bottom.
22. Taking a long view of the project, I began to think in terms of the rehearsal schedules required.
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