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Like most every other metal working proposition, the higher the polish put on the metal the brighter the finish.
Fink's working proposition is that there might be lessons for twenty-first century labour from the "mobile factories" of the past.
The day of destruction was not a dogmatic decree but a mere working proposition.
That wasn't a working proposition but he saw how the echoes from radiowaves could detect aircraft almost 200 miles away.
Now some companies will consider any flexible working proposition for whatever reason, as long as it doesn't impact on the business.
The partnership agreement consolidates and formalizes the existing working proposition between the two organizations, developed during a period of joint activity over the last 12 months.
What working propositions and themes did the coaches articulate?
Working propositions regarding how coaches should coach;
In a brief introduction, Riley develops three working propositions, which might better be termed assertions: (1) "the conventional wisdom about presidential behavior .