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  • But Abu-Sarah thinks tourism and tourists should take more initiative to see all sides.

    Jaffa: A Tale Of Two Lands | Lauren Gelfond Feldinger | February 16, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • It takes more initiative and daring to start up an extra-legal affair than most men are capable of.

    Damn! | Henry Louis Mencken
  • Then he enters professional life and begins to use his intellect with more and more initiative.

    Elementary Theosophy | L. W. Rogers
  • They have an overwhelmingly difficult task, calling for far more initiative than ours.

  • The methods are different in that more initiative than ever before is required from the soldiers.

  • You're stronger than Jim is by a lot more than the Prime-to-Operator ratio—you've got more initiative, more drive, more guts.

    The Galaxy Primes | Edward Elmer Smith

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