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When communities were small, goods were local, and societal obligations were more tangible, things were different.
Patrini says they also haven’t seen “any tangible effect on these communities” since contacting the authorities.
We need infrastructure to bridge the gap between good intentions and tangible progress.
While Amazon has drummed up plenty of hype for its small-scale drone delivery plans, the company announced something much more exciting—and tangible—this week.
The donors are increasingly focusing on tangible results such as lowering incidents of a particular disease, instead of just the amount of cash donated.
The outcomes are going to be tangible in terms of our content and readership.
Many are urging the company to make tangible moves towards removing such content.
LSAs is a pay-per-lead program that started with the idea of offering a very simple ad product to small businesses that generated more tangible results.
“There have been no tangible results or anything to measure against yet,” said the second employee.
Your money and effort will have more of a tangible impact on the world around you if spent locally.
SUNDAY MAGAZINE: A WORLD IN NEEDDANIEL MALLOYAUGUST 16, 2020OZY

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lackadaisicaladjective | [lak-uh-dey-zi-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION