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Here's the Marketing Rx that my analysis of the survey data on the definitely dispensables uncovered: "Learn how to do market segment targeting of the NON-USER and LAPSED USER segments that are in so many product categories particularly in the definitely dispensables.
Too many people view wealth as the be all and end all; relationships are more dispensable than fat wads of cash.
But she added: "There are graveyards full of dispensable people, and Richard will one day be in one of them.
Warren Buffett's ``Indefensible'' has become dispensable.
A professor, who creates and delivers each course in a traditional classroom, becomes more dispensable online after putting the course together in a form that can be sent out again and again.
Candiotti, in the final year of a two-year, $6 million contract, is dispensable - largely because of his salary and largely because Chan Ho Park may be ready to be a starter.
I hate to admit that because it kind of makes me dispensable,'' he said.
RAWALPINDI -- The Corps Commander Conference has reviewed the country's internal and external security situation and vowed to continue the effort for dispensable peace in the country.
The mark of a good manager, as they say, is to make oneself dispensable, and I believe that 10 years hence, the business has prospered under their capable leadership, coupled by a bench of professional management,' he said.
But sadly, the fatality count over the years reveals that for many of them, these indispensable virtues were entirely dispensable.