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- Try inserting the handle at an angle, catching a raised portion of the cutter blade, and using leverage to turn it clockwise or counter-clockwise.
- They are all about leverage rather than strength.
- The design, now standard equipment on all Top Fuel dragsters, used leverage over brute force to apply more downforce with less drag, and the results were immediate.
- He stresses the importance of getting out of one's stance quickly while maintaining good balance and leverage.
- This is the flexible or efficient use of balance, leverage, and movement in the performance of Judo throws and other skills.
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- The US also had enormous economic leverage within the organisation.
- Thus the US would have greater leverage in negotiations over trade, investments and so forth.
- The NFL also needs multiple cities competing to host the game in order to get maximum leverage in negotiations.
- They are used by minorities to block legislation and to gain bargaining leverage with majorities.
- If you can't threaten someone with a vendetta, then you have very little leverage in negotiations.
- They are free to pursue or abandon any investing strategy they want, including the use of leverage to pump up investment returns.
- Reckless companies used leverage to do $3 trillion of mergers and acquisitions in 2006, at the top of the market.
- In summary, duration leverage can be a useful tool, but it must be used with moderation.
- The government should announce an annual award for the department or entity that best leverages IT for good governance, transparency and the maximum welfare impact for citizens.
- Even events of the most serious nature get overshadowed by the political squabbles that will result as both sides attempt to leverage the issue to their advantage.
- Some programs leverage PC technology to truly benefit students.
- While this trait is generally regarded as a weakness among us common folk, politicians can leverage it to their advantage.
- Shared information between supply chain partners can only be fully leveraged through process integration.
- While there were many new tools available, most people reverted to old processes using new tools rather than changing the process to leverage new tools to advantage.
- The best candidates for Linux in the enterprise are organizations that can leverage their existing knowledge base.
- A number of agreements are being signed by various organisations to leverage the advantages of working together.
- If not, why do we not spend every waking moment thinking about how to direct all of our individual and collective efforts to leverage health gain?
- Building a number of independent portals will not serve these diverse needs and may not allow the institution to leverage the power of integrated systems to its advantage.
- One of the primary reasons organizations fail to leverage their existing data and business systems when they move to the Web is they feel it will take too much time.
- This means the day-long event will provide quality information about how to leverage IT for competitive advantage.
- This shift in call type represents a positive trend for companies seeking to leverage their call center resources.
- Public policy also needs to leverage extra training resources from the private sector.
- How can these technologies be leveraged to help promote the common goals of humanity?
- This partnership basically helps in leveraging resources and touching base with communities faster.
- Look for ways to leverage existing architectures in different ways.
- The content worlds (publishing, music, etc.) shall be revolutionized by corporations leveraging the Internet.
- The challenge for every business is how to leverage the maximum potential from these employees.
- Application aware systems that leverage technologies such as fabric virtualization will change all that.
- You know, the people talk about leveraged buy-outs, but this is a leveraged environmental deal.
- Tracker bonds are leveraged investment funds that track the performance of a stock market index or a basket of indices.
- Forex also allows highly leveraged trading with low margin requirements relative to its equity counterparts.
- Hedge funds are usually highly leveraged, which multiplies the amount an investment can make in a rising market.
- The more an investment can be leveraged the more attractive it becomes, provided the cost of money remains the same.
- Nevertheless, many traders insist on using tight stops on highly leveraged positions.
- Long-term incentives and capital accumulation are heavily leveraged and tied to the creation of shareholder value.
- Interestingly, he also finds that the outcomes vary more for highly leveraged firms.
- This is partly because the company's performance is more heavily leveraged to the equity markets.
- Households in this country are so leveraged that they cannot afford higher per capita taxation of any type.
- Still, the property companies are not heavily leveraged and no major case of insolvency seems imminent.
- The hedge fund and leveraged speculating community have seen massive inflows and taken on unparalleled leverage.
- The consumers are stretched thin, and most of the companies are highly leveraged.
- The global economy is in the process of becoming one leveraged speculating casino.
- The mighty leveraged speculating community has ballooned amazingly in 12 years.
- This is a big business that can be leveraged in a few interesting ways.
- It was inevitable, because highly leveraged and overextended lenders and speculators lead to eventual ruin.
- They pile more debt, and more risk of default, on businesses that the equity firms leveraged when they bought them in the first place.
- At the highly leveraged and exposed Wall Street firms, the cost of insurance is even cheaper.
- For a system so leveraged and commanded by speculative finance, there is little room for error.