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  • and we are a lucky nation to have people who volunteer to serve. Decision Points (November 2010). Rapper Kanye West told a prime-time T.V. audience
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  • their campuses and renew their recruiting efforts. George W. Bush, Decision Points (November 2010), p. 325, Chapter 10: Katrina. In the first place
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  • Edward VI. to the end of the reign of James I., many decisions will be found turning on many nice points, and many now apparently frivolous objections have
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  • regions or exact points in this design space) as well as an art (within the degrees of freedom that range beyond an empirical decision; there are opportunities
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  • interview with Martyn Lewis, in his book, Reflections on Success (1997). No decision in business provides greater potential for the creation of wealth (or its
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  • democracy. In science, it involves acceptance that many methods, theories or points of view are legitimate or plausible. See also: Sectarianism In the
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  • Doubt is uncertainty in the context of trust, action, decision or belief. It implies challenging some notion of reality in effect. If a man will begin
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  • Palestine. We are not in any competition with al-Qaeda. True, there are two points of view here—they have their way and we have ours. We dealt Israel a first
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  • inevitable change, that is the dominant factor in society today. No sensible decision can be made any longer without taking into account not only the world as
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  • total, and as a result we know that any decision about whether something is unpolitical is always a political decision, irrespective of who decides and what
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  • aggregation – a way of looking at a problem which results from a deliberate decision to assume that a set of elements are related and constitute such a thing
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  • of an item is what you give up to get that item. When making any decision, decision makers should be aware of the opportunity costs that accompany each
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  • to decision-making and judgements in environments of rapid change and complexity has increased in recent years. Intuition as a judgement/decision-making
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  • Stories To Get You From Here To There (2006), p. 179. Not eating meat is a decision, eating meat is an instinct. Denis Leary, No Cure For Cancer (1993). I
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  • not consulted prior to the President's decision to intervene in support of the Republic of Korea, that decision from a military standpoint, proved a sound
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  • emphasizing the truth that reality is perceived differently from diverse points of view, and that no single point of view is the complete truth. Alphabetized
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  • regions or exact points in this design space) as well as an art (within the degrees of freedom that range beyond an empirical decision; there are opportunities
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  • among other things, that means that you and I can hold completely different points of view and both be right. The difference of our positions will show stars
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  • inadequacy of the conventional mathematics—the mathematics of precisely defined points, functions, sets, probability measures, etc.—for coping with the analysis
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  • Buxton, Notes of Thought (1883). London: John Murray, p. 147. Scripture points out this difference between believers and unbelievers; the latter, as old
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