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The short film is the latest activity to promote safer driving under Avivas global brand promise Good Thinking.
Still, for those willing to navigate through some of these abstract passages, there is plenty of good thinking about the creative process and how it has successfully been applied to products that are central to our daily lives.
At General Electric, Jack Welch valued this type of intelligence even more than work experience: "It's my belief that industry knowledge can be gained by someone with good thinking skills.
Ensuring that the link to people on the street does not die with them is a welcome bit of good thinking.
The first of the four cardinal virtues of the Roman Catholic church is prudentia, which basically means damn good thinking.
A chapter on tickling serves as a fine example of the way Provine weaves together science, social science and just plain good thinking and observation.
There was plenty of good thinking, and "Serial Imagery" exhibits the hard intellectualism of the best '60s writing.
The test evolved through many versions using methodology developed from the construct validity theory that ability tests are valid to the extent that good thinking leads to good test performance and that poor thinking leads to bad test performance.
Earlier this year the Good Thinking Society, a pro-science charity, threatened Liverpool CCG with legal action over its homeopathy funding.
Vaughan backed the combination of three different personalities working, with Giles as the father figure while Thorpe and Collingwood provide good thinking and raw honesty.