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intelligently

in te li juhnt lee

  • r  in an intelligent manner
    she acted intelligently in this difficult situation

  • Risk experts understand how we could overcome our blind spots and more intelligently hedge our bets.
  • Risk experts understand how we could overcome our blind spots and more intelligently hedge our bets.
  • Even the young customers are there not just to drink, but to converse intelligently.
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  • Chris Dodd in International Herald Tribune
    Nothing concentrates the mind like a death sentence,Sen. Christopher Dodd said Thursday at the end of a daylong Senate Banking Committee hearing. "And we're looking at a death sentence here if we don't respond intelligently and prudently."
  • Barack Obama in Bloomberg
    Obama, 47, said yesterday, "I think that we have to make sure that we recognize that how we respond intelligently, systematically, based on science and what public health officials have to say, will determine in large part what happens."
  • Gordon Smith in Forbes
    Smith said he is "tired of paying the price of 10 or more of our troops dying a day. So let's cut and run or cut and walk, but let us fight the war on terror more intelligently than we have because we have fought this war in a very lamentable way."

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