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analytically

a nuh li tik lee

  • r  by virtue of analysis
    assuming that the distinction is maintained one may ask which is to be analytically prior?

  • He published People or Monsters?, a meticulously researched, analytically powerful expos of corruption in one county in the northeastern Heilongjiang provincethis work would .
  • But Cohen says the Holocaust was always discussed in rational rather than emotional terms during his childhood; this taught him to look at problems analytically.
  • In all such differences, environmental influence is suggested by the fact that children who think analytically most often prove to have mothers who have encouraged initiative and .
News & Articles

  • Ford focused on reducing emissions
    Cradle-to-grave is probably not a phrase you want associated with vehicles. The environmental impacts of a product from materials acquisition through product disposal is more analytically known as life-cycle assessment. In the vehicle industry it is known as well-to-wheel, and it assesses totally energy consumption to make a car. The concept is becoming more prevalent in the minds of U.S ...
    June 18, 2013 - Chicago Tribune
Quotes

  • Robert Mugabe in Reuters UK
    The important role of defending our country cannot be left to mediocre officers incapable of comprehending and analytically evaluating the operational environment to ensure that the sovereignty of our state is not only preserved, but enhanced,...
  • Ralph Nader in Bloomberg
    If you look at it analytically, Mr. Gore would tell you that if he'd won Tennessee, everything else being equal, he would've been president,Nader said. "It's his home state."
  • Kevin Steele in ESPN
    He's got that gift of being able to analytically process information and react to it as fast as any guy I've ever been around,Steele said.

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