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  • r  with flexibility
    `Come whenever you are free,' he said flexibly

  • Against this backdrop, Volcker hinted that he was prepared to act more flexibly, to permit monetary growth "somewhat above" the announced targets.
  • Instead, they would give minimal aid and string us along, not even helping us to adapt juche more flexibly.
  • Weygand had his men disposed flexibly in depth-the approved "accordion" pattern of defense against mechanized power.

  • Angela Merkel in Boston Globe
    The IMF's resources must be doubled to enable it to help its members swiftly and flexibly when they experience difficulties,Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, said.
  • Condoleezza Rice in Washington Post
    What we don't want to do is to tie our own hands so that we cannot act creatively and flexibly to support the very policies in Iraq that we're trying to enforce,Rice said.
  • Katsuaki Watanabe in Reuters India
    We are looking at the current shift towards fuel-efficient cars (in the United States) as a structural change in demand,Toyota President Katsuaki Watanabe told a news conference. "We intend to respond quickly and flexibly to this...

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