the water industry thought that "the solution to pollution was dilution and that train of thought
was found to be not a very wise one.
Given an occasional "uh huh" or nod to let the talker know you are following his or her train of thought
First, the user's train of thought
is not interrupted as he or she switches from one program to another.
Weld's runner this year, Train Of Thought
, is also a newcomer to the smaller obstacles.
Understanding the Eastern European hacks train of thought
was always going to be a problem, somuch so that the Scot even resorted to Spanish, responding, 'Si
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4 : a train of thought
that connects the parts of something (as an argument or story)
Ian has a train of thought
that to make the greens too fast would be to the advantage of the Americans.
It just set off a train of thought
and hopefully people will see what we have done and follow our lead.
That's not even in my train of thought
right now,'' Scioscia said of the Dodgers' managerial opening.
Continuing along this train of thought
, and from the vantage point of adulthood, Dave explores the many things that are worse than finding a worm in your apple.
Dick Willans, Business Funding Solutions; Paul Jardine, Burge Office Systems Solutions; Alan Matthews, Train of Thought
This train of thought
ended when suddenly there appeared kaleidoscopic rhythms of The Illiac Passion (1967), the filmmaker's intricate compendium of mythological themes inspired by Aeschylus's Prometheus Bound.
So it makes me furious when my train of thought
is broken by a fish wife waitress bawling the words ``two cafe lattes and a mozzarella panini'' at the top of her voice, rather than taking the food around the tables until she has found its owner.