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  • Apple is not going to deviate from the strategy of doing a few things, and doing them better than anyone else.

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  • Investors must have a very strong reason to deviate from this policy.

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  • Our approach is to watch for and take advantage of opportunities as greed and fear cause market prices to deviate from intrinsic value.

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  • But don't look for Parker to deviate from Southwest's cautious strategy of adding just three cities a year, even if provoked by another carrier's demise.

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  • Under those circumstances, they were bound to deviate from his rules.

    NEWYORKER: Rich Man, Poor Man

  • To deviate from the structure of the market portfolio was assumed to involve assuming an extra increment of risk for no matching incremental improvement in reward.

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  • Neither common sense nor the laws of war require Israel to deviate from the usual rule, which is to kill as many enemies as you can and avoid casualties on your own side.

    ECONOMIST: Israel's war in Gaza

  • Ariely, 43, a professor of psychology and behavioral economics, is among the most creative of a new breed of social scientists charting the numerous ways our psychological quirks cause us to deviate from rational behavior.

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  • "In an environment of rising global rates together with a healthy domestic economy there is little need for the ECB to deviate from its policy of moderately and determinedly raising interest rates, " said Michael Cartine at Thomson's IFR Markets.

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  • Mr. WILKERSON: What happened was that the secretary of Defense, under the cover of the vice president's office, began to create an environment--and this started from the very beginning when David Addington, the vice president's lawyer, was a staunch advocate of allowing the president in his capacity as commander in chief to deviate from the Geneva Conventions.

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  • Risk aversion, fear of default and depleted bank capital have caused private borrowing rates to deviate sharply from policy rates.

    ECONOMIST: Economics focus

  • But foreign policy was not the main factor in the Greek election result—indeed, when it comes to relations with Cyprus and Turkey, Mr Karamanlis is unlikely to deviate far from the policies of his predecessor.

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  • Although we aren't sure of details concerning pricing or availability, we don't expect the GPSmile 52 to deviate too far from all its oh-so-similar competitors when it hits store shelves.

    ENGADGET: Holux intros compact GPSmile 52 Car Navigator

  • Occasionally I allowed myself to get distracted and deviate from this rule, and in every instance I regretted it.

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  • To prevent revolt, he learned, he had to let them deviate at times from the default option.

    NEWYORKER: Big Med

  • In all cases, the common solution is for the two sides to work out an amicable agreement — one that will require companies to use circuitous routes that deviate from the original plans.

    FORBES: Energy Companies and Landowners are Clashing over Property Rights

  • It will deviate slightly from the line to include certain Jewish settlements within Israel, and to exclude densely-peopled Palestinian areas.

    ECONOMIST: Peace postponed again | The

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