But that's our guests maing a snap judgment
, people we know well, people to feel at ease in our home.
before elaborating that art criticism is a serious, time-consuming business and not amenable to snap judgments
Gladwell's basic theory is that snap judgments
, which he calls "thin slicing" and, quick decisions, can be as good as carefully planned decisions".
He skillfully relates a series of tales intended to show the power of snap judgments
Someone made a silly snap judgment
the day of the event," he surmised.
It's all too easy to make a snap judgment
about a discretionary budget like advertising, but the reality is that short term gain leads to long term damage to the brand, and the cost of recovery is three to four times greater than the saving made.
Robben's tumbling to the turf forced referee Alan Wiley into making a difficult snap judgment
Curbishley felt would be better made by an FA panel analysing the incident.
IT was the snap judgment
that cost this great white shark its lunch.
Elizabeth Bennet in Pride and Prejudice makes a snap judgment
of Darcy, thinking that he's proud, prejudiced and haughty ( and she's not wrong.
Never underestimate or make a snap judgment
of a person.
IMPURRFECT Colin before SNAP JUDGMENT
Colin photos his lunch
You have made a snap judgment
about a new person in your work life.