SAP (www.sap.com), for one, isn't knocking the cookie-cutter
approach--as a first step.
It has, however, produced a positive impact on participating officers that was sorely lacking with previous cookie-cutter
community policing efforts.
regulations that keep the forest industry in check were never intended for operations the size of most family forests.
With small fins and relatively little muscle, the foot-long cookie-cutter
shark has the classic traits of a sit-and-wait predator: It simply doesn't have the power to chase down prey.
However, the Oak Brook, Ill., chain is facing major marketing challenges that bear watching by retailers who think they can cookie-cutter
their way to success.
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Unlike other cookie-cutter
rap cliques in the business, Young L, Stunna, Uno, and B are products of their unique environment.
Essential to the developer's vision of producing a traditional urban neighborhood was avoiding a cookie-cutter
similarity among so many residences.
Realize that life and people aren't cookie-cutter
perfect; they do bad things and I feel it's interesting to examine the different ways people do act.
I think some choreographers get into a cookie-cutter
mentality and have to identify with every dancer in their troupe.
For those well versed in TP, the Brazilian approach comes as a surprise, because it fails to adopt the arm's-length principle and instead promotes a "cookie-cutter
"I'm not your cookie-cutter
jazz pianist; I'm not your cookie-cutter
Human sexuality is not nearly as neat or tidy as we might have hoped, and our sexual appetites and behaviors do not fit into the cookie-cutter
forms handed down from one generation to the next.
Pundits and bureaucrats alike agree that Hokkaido's dramatic natural assets have been squandered and that bland, cookie-cutter
resorts dictated by developers 500 miles away in Tokyo are not the best way to attract tourists.
"This isn't a cookie-cutter
operation," says Reuss.