• In addition to drinking it, some pour it on their fans or just dump it on the ground to prove they can afford to.

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  • The reason for these results may simply be that extroverts pour it on a bit too thick for their own good, and this tendency negates any charismatic advantages they might otherwise enjoy.

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  • In a column headlined "Pour It On" (a copy of which is attached), Safire noted a number of indications that institutions like the KGB are, to use Gorbachev's phrase, "regrouping" -- as opposed to undergoing the sort of dismantling that is so clearly required.

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  • It will be possible to pour petrol on the ground, watch it spread out and then set fire to it.

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  • That is why with tight labour, rising energy costs and abundant money, it would be better to pour on more boiling water.

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  • Of course, it's easy to pour cold water on some of the assumptions made in Edlund and Korn's mathematical model.

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  • Given the increasingly conspicuous inequalities emerging in China as a result of the country's embrace of capitalism, it suits Mr Hu to appear to pour cold water on the idea of laisser-faire economics, blamed for a growing gap between rich and poor, between regions and between urban and rural areas.

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  • However I understand the moral impulse of not wishing to pour salt on anyone's wounds, which stood behind the decision to write it.

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