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  • a  of or relating to associations or associationism

  • Steve Gold (Tom Hanks) is a sort of drug-free Lenny Bruce, brilliantly spritzing free-associational social comment and autobiography.
  • The Americans hope to use the task force to convince the Saudis of the value of what the FBI inelegantly calls link analysis and associational databases.
  • Yet all through that distressing situation we were bombarded with associational propaganda in which it was made to seem that unless we shot fewer wild ducks there would be none .
News & Articles

  • Advice From The Most Innovative Leaders
    Anyone can change his or her behavior to improve creative impact in a company. According to the authors of the Innovators DNA, the five skills of disruptive innovators are questioning, observing, networking, experimenting and associational thinking (drawing connections among unrelated fields). These chiefs that follow make one or more of these habits a daily event.
    June 14, 2013 - Forbes
Quotes

  • Doug Gansler in NBC 4.com
    The exclusion of those individuals from the primary undeniably burdens the associational rights of Maryland's political parties,Gansler wrote.
  • James T Draper in BP News
    God help us to remember that associational history is our history,Draper said, warning that "we will once again suffer isolation if we forget this."
  • William Rehnquist in Seattle Times
    The court's willingness to impute corruption ...... greatly infringes associational rights and expands Congress' ability to regulate political speech,Chief Justice William Rehnquist wrote.

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