But if you choose to conduct your discourse in 140-word snaps, or soundbites, then you reap the crop of dumb that you sow.
Once you get sufficiently large, you can reap great efficiencies and thus boost profits.
Once a sinkhole for business, Colombia is set to reap $11.4 billion in foreign investment this year.
But really, how impure is the desire to garner professional respect and reap enough cash to pay rent and keep making work?
Analysts have estimated that the drug will reap billions in annual sales.
I had laid my plans carefully, and I had expected to reap a nice harvest.
Francis had sown the wind in his declaration of war: he must reap the whirlwind.
Thou art desirous to know what advantage I reap by my uncle's demise.
I have made sacrifices, because I hoped to reap a rich reward.
The company consists principally of Baltimoreans, who will reap a harvest commensurate with the capital invested.