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Who is Friedman's source (and, by the associative property, Shapiro's)?
Certain professors see a chance to benefit from this associative taint.The Professor of Hip-Hop: Adam Bradley’s Poetic Mission|Nick Romeo|September 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Still, she suffered from aphasia, finding it difficult to speak, read and write.
So, you know, I think the other thing…I think we suffered quite a few associative attacks from Obama.
I mean, instead, a mind that is thoughtful, curious, with a discernable pattern of associative thinking and insight.
Thus, the thinking of primitive man is almost exclusively associative.
By one of those associative reversals which are common in the field of mythology, this then reacted upon the corpse itself.
The element of associative suggestion also enters into the manifestation of sthetic emotional feeling.Your Mind and How to Use It|William Walker Atkinson
The utility of smell would be great because it is accurate, and hence powerful in its associative quality.Criminal Psychology|Hans Gross
We say nothing here of Relative or Associative Beauty,this has never been doubted either in its essence or its value.Spare Hours|John Brown