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Those predisposed to experimentation today will be far ahead of the competition when it comes to connecting with consumers tomorrow.

Marketing that is predisposed to succeed and be persistently optimized, directly impacting clients’ bottom lines.

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Rather, the paper said, those factors are vital tools for coordinating individuals who are already predisposed to conflict.

Humans are predisposed to attend to threat, and this bias occurs even at a young age.

If there is no predisposing trauma—well, that might mean real trouble.

This may conveniently be discussed under Predisposing causes, and Exciting causes.

From these conditions originates the active predisposing cause of pneumonia, to which we have already alluded.

Here then is a very marked case without any known predisposing local cause.

Father Kircher says that there is no doubt that worry plays an important role in predisposing persons to take the disease.

It is however, at least possible that the new diet of the civilised native may be a predisposing factor.


On this page you'll find 39 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to predisposing, such as: dispose, incline, prime, urge, activate, and prompt.

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