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But she hadn't come up with a design yet she was totally pleased with.
So, think of it that way: don't come up with a perfect answer to a question they might never ask.
Most know how unforgiving a field it is for those judged to have come up short.
We have been asked to come up with creative solutions for increasing revenue, without increasing tuition.
The school doesn't need to come up with any funding.
It also helps to generate additional questions specific to your discipline that might come up in an interview.
It has come up in another thread that many suggest dropping the numerical course designations in your listing.
But now, many moons later, my search has come up empty.
We need our professional societies, governmental agencies, or university leaders to come up with reasonable guidelines.
But scientists may have come up with a way to get decaffeinated coffee straight from the plant.
And so they often combine already good things to come up with newer, seemingly even better things.
The investigators used genetics to come up with an answer.
Researchers have come up with clever ways to prevent such damage.
Until now, no one had come up with a way to wed thermal and solar cell conversion technologies.
As new threats come up, new countermeasures have come into place.
They come up with all kinds of pricing models pegged with different degrees of convenience and control.
If geophysicist can't come up with an early detection system then their funding should be better used elsewhere.
The creators of every operating system have had to come up with a consistent syntax for communicating with people.
Coker has come up with a recipe for success called the branded viral movie predictor algorithm.
As freshmen, they were told to come up with a kitchen product that would help elderly people to remain in their homes longer.
Blue butterfly caterpillars have come up with clever ways to exploit that system.
Photosynthesis cannot be that inefficient, as it is the best method that billions of years of evolution has come up with.
The sustainability champions also encourage their workers to come up with green ideas.
Copying nature's ideas allows people to harness the power of evolution to come up with clever products.
They have come up with one so preposterous they might have been better off simply issuing a decree.
Many companies therefore offer incentives to their employees to come up with patentable ideas.
Your job as a leader is to come up with a plan and then tell other people to go do it.
Work is under way to come up with technologies to screen air freight.
Any one accountant is unlikely to come up with exactly the same figure for a company's profit as any other.
These factors are then measured against their base salaries to come up with five finalists.
Traveler investigated hundreds of wellness destinations worldwide to come up with the following selections.
Yet during the past few decades, researchers have come up with intriguing insights.
Have students interview their relatives, using the questions they've come up with.
The contest asked children nationwide to come up with an easy way to memorize this new celestial line-up.
They start their own club to come up with different ideas on easy ways to get rich, but they couldn't come up with anything.
Of course a turtle is an air breather, it has to come up for air at some point.
And because temperatures are so high at the ultra-deep level, mine operators must come up with new ways to keep their miners cool.
But each time they have looked for it their results come up negative.
The sooner wildlife officials come up with a solution for ridding the pond of the fish, the better.
Some critters have come up with even wackier ways to get from place to place.
If you have differences of opinion it stimulates others to do more research and come up with an answer in the end.
Then have students try to come up with some examples of fossil evidence to make inferences about possible animal interactions.
It's always possible-and usually likely-that you can come up with something better.
If you work with venomous snakes, no matter who you are, at some point your number is going to come up.
He eagerly splashes around, and lets the water come up to his neck.
Behold, he shall come up as clouds, and his chariots shall be as a whirlwind: his horses are swifter than eagles.
We easily come up to the standard of goodness in society.
The little points that come up in your reading try to test for yourselves.
Tell them to come up when theyve finished with the police.
They catch seals as they come up to breathe or climb onto the ice.
He would do that to boats, come up and rub alongside of them.
Absent a catastrophe of biblical proportions, you'll come up with a pretty good prediction.
Most of them don't have make-up artists, so they do their own make-up, and they come up with this color coordination.
And it may have finally come up with ways to make it a profitable business.
Admittedly it is relatively easy to come up with hypotheses about tail function.
He spent years on the project but was never able to come up with an effective repellent.
We come up with new ways of seeing the world and new ways of being in the world.
Someone needs to come up with the correct number, for sure.
He's come up the hill in his white apron to get a mill rat.
Policymakers have to take the best information that scientists can come up with and make difficult decisions.
It will definitely take funding because you have to come up with a mechanism to collect this water.
Everyone could have their own experiments and come up with something different.
Eventually someone else would have put two and two together and come up with the same conclusion.
Lee's critics have never come up with a logical explanation.
He'd counted head that morning and come up one short.
Not having come up through dance bands, they had never had to accommodate the tastes of dancers and other patrons.
They've even come up with language to address the problem between perception and belief.
Any decent financial journalist could come up with dozens of other questions.
But to look for a job for a year and come up empty is a different league of devastation.
The only real sin at play here is sloth--that is, the sloth of the pastry chefs who come up with these one-note menus.
It depends how deep your pan is, but you want the liquid to come up almost to the top of the ribs.
Each has had to come up with her own tentative, often unsatisfactory explanation and way of coping.
The point is, not many people come up with a plan as ambitious as this one.
But they will want to come up with a rationale for letting the law stand that does not give the feds carte blanche.
We never were able to come up with a good answer--there are estimations of cost, but they're not grounded in much data.
Once you've made your emergency kit, you should sit down with your family and come up with an emergency plan.
Run rolling pin over top edge to cut off excess dough, then press side to make dough come up slightly above edge of pan.
In evolution, some ideas are so good that they come up again and again.
They announced that they had come up with a way of triggering chemical reactions molecule by molecule.
Expensive and elaborate searches for dark-matter particles have come up empty-handed.
Researchers have come up with an idea: cancel out the shriek of a drill to cancel out the fear.
It's the constant struggle of all these circuits to come up to the top and hold the stage for that second.
But no one had bothered to come up with a standard definition for diagnosing the condition.
Perhaps he featured these ideas in his books, but he certainly didn't come up with them.
We work alone, and come up with ten new ideas a week, hundreds a year.
See, you can't come up with a funny caption if you don't come up with any captions at all.
In preparation for the trip, the writer had come up with a list of nine dishes he felt he had to try.
For one thing, it provides an easily comprehensible standard: without it, we'd need to come up with new ways of measuring risk.
Thinking about it overnight, he could come up with no particular reason either to reject or to endorse the match.
My uncle's boss had come up with his overdue paycheck.
He has come up with surprisingly unconventional ways of conducting his studies.
He had asked interns to come up with a range of short and long names to simulate the actual ones.
Had one come up in the service elevator, though, an unmistakable aroma would have given a vital clue.
In every contest, lots of them come up with a general sort of funny idea.
Now he has come up with another, and one cannot but agree with him.
He lies down and watches the moon come up, with the wounded and sick stirring around him.
What our study concludes is that those who claim they are doing so need to come up with some more convincing proof.
There is no pressing reason for them to come up with a formal agenda.
The pilot invited us to come up to the cabin to better take in the view.
If relatives back home cannot come up with the money quickly enough, the kidnap victims are killed.
It is also a more peaceful one than anything the ants themselves come up with.
The real trouble with the review lies in his failure to come up with an adequate measure.
Physicists have come up with a way to process information faster than the speed of light.
The true answer is to come up with a different answer entirely.
But it's much harder to imagine how to use this way of thinking to come up with useful strategies for coaches and players.
That's impressive given the contorted models that others have come up with.
None of that is stopping forecasters surging ahead and to their credit, they have come up with a way to test their ideas.
He worked with theoretical chemists to come up with a list of polymers with the right electrical properties for the job.
So far, scientists have come up with three likely candidates.
You'd think that because they are poor and stuff, that they would be motivated to come up with ways to help themselves.
Imagine you're a pharmaceutical college and you needed to come up with a name for your sports team.
He was only trying to thank a group of neighbors and admirers who had come up the hill to pay their respects.
They come up with great ideas, help you find your sense of humor and put things in perspective.
But the governor hasn't come up with the needed funding, which is far from guaranteed.
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