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I'm concerned that so many people experienced complications, for want of a more inclusive word.THE TRAILER: A TEXAS FREE-FOR-ALL, AS TWENTY-THREE CANDIDATES BATTLE FOR A SWING HOUSE SEATDAVID WEIGELAPRIL 22, 2021WASHINGTON POST
In his research, he and his colleagues have found that when faced with decisions, CEOs rarely give weight to the wants and needs of stakeholders, largely because there is little value or profit incentive to do so.STAKEHOLDER CAPITALISM: IS IT WORKING, OR IS IT ALL TALK?MCKENNA MOORENOVEMBER 3, 2020FORTUNE
Every buyer has their own list of wants, needs, and must not have’s in their head.WHAT ARE THE FACTORS THAT MAKE US MOVE?JOSEPH HUDSONSEPTEMBER 4, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
You can paint a spoon any color you want and go crazy with experimental patterns.TURN AN OLD SPOON INTO A FISHING LURE THAT’LL CATCH ALMOST ANYTHINGBY JOE CERMELE/FIELD & STREAMJUNE 25, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
We think it’s our responsibility to make room for others and to use our privilege to create the change we want to see.‘LONG ROAD AHEAD’: AD AGENCIES ARE RELEASING DIVERSITY DATA — AND ADMITTING THEIR SHORTCOMINGSKRISTINA MONLLOSJUNE 23, 2020DIGIDAY
Now first we shall want our pupil to understand, speak, read and write the mother tongue well.THE SALVAGING OF CIVILISATIONH. G. (HERBERT GEORGE) WELLS
The sailors sometimes use it to fry their meat, for want of butter, and find it agreeable enough.THE LIFE AND MOST SURPRISING ADVENTURES OF ROBINSON CRUSOE, OF YORK, MARINER (1801)DANIEL DEFOE
It will be a busy session; and I want to see if I can't become a useful public man.ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD
Do you want the marriage of your daughter with the rich and Honourable Harry broken?THE JOYOUS ADVENTURES OF ARISTIDE PUJOLWILLIAM J. LOCKE
I want to see the sort of thing happening to schools that has already happened to many sorts of retail shops.THE SALVAGING OF CIVILISATIONH. G. (HERBERT GEORGE) WELLS


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