In a similar vein, cutting off someone else's identity enables you to create and peddle your own.
In the same vein, Ms Bohnet writes that for gender diversity to increase group performance, you need team members whose different perspectives add value while keeping the cost of co-ordination as low as possible.
In a similar vein, another study found that a five-minute dose of nature improves self-esteem; green areas with water were found to be the most beneficial.
On the same vein, if you want a project, you have to make that known.
When he was five, he had a tube surgically inserted in a vein in his chest.
—·, You will never enjoy the world aright, till the sea itself floweth in your vein, till you are clothed with the heavens, and crowned with the stars.
The meeting on Wednesday was also attended by Chris Vein, chief innovation officer for Global Information and Communications Technology Development with the World Bank, Australian Minister for International Development Steve Ciobo, and DFAT Secretary Peter Varghese.
That trend is evident across leading economics departments — the traditional powerhouses have plenty of scholars doing work in the same vein, including work by Esther Duflo at M.
The film is decidedly not in the same vein as the Pirates series.
Smith told Billboard that the book is "in more of the 'Just Kids' vein and even in the similar time period, but shifts more to family, Fred, music.
In the same vein, he knows that you'll understand if some of the trash from his trash cans blows across into your yard.
In that same vein, non-worriers are also more flexible in the way they think about things, so they don't get stuck in a negative thinking rut.
"Well, then," said he, "you hold the basin"; and with that he took his lancet and opened a vein.
When he was five,he had a tube surgically inserted in a vein in his chest.
Heng was quickly laid on a pallet, his arm swab bed with alcohol, and a needle inserted in his vein.
For months, Edward worked his claim tirelessly, and the small vein of gold provided a moderate but steady income.
Again he drank, and a living joy streamed through every vein.
It was too late; a surgeon had been sent for to open a vein in her arm, but the poor woman was dead.
The Australian Open tennis in Melbourne beginning Monday morning will see players earn their money, with temperatures likely to stroke 41 degrees on Tuesday, and continue in the same vein all week.
My arms are black and blue after many failed attempts to locate a vein for IV fluids.