As regarded novelties (among which cabs and omnibuses were to be reckoned), his mind appeared to have lost its proper gripe and retentiveness
He knew some anecdotes about the heroes of the turf, and various clever tricks of Marquesses and Viscounts which seemed to prove that blood asserted its pre-eminence even among black-legs; but the minute retentiveness
of his memory was chiefly shown about the horses he had himself bought and sold; the number of miles they would trot you in no time without turning a hair being, after the lapse of years, still a subject of passionate asseveration, in which he would assist the imagination of his hearers by solemnly swearing that they never saw anything like it.
The body becomes strong, active, and retentiveness
, receptivity, and intellect grow tremendously.
Pricing: Its Role in Tax Avoidance and Wealth Retentiveness
, 21 CRITICAL
420) It actually comes from philosopher George Santayana, who wrote in 1905: "Progress, far from consisting in change, depends on retentiveness
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With that in mind, we need to find new innovative ways to spread knowledge to improve information retentiveness
," stated Jam Campus founder, Andrew DeBell.
341 (2009) (analyzing the right of a debtor to setoff amounts a creditor owes to an affiliate of the debtor); Prem Sikka & Hugh Willmott, The Dark Side of Transfer Pricing: Its Role in Tax Avoidance and Wealth Retentiveness
, 21 Critical Perspectives on Accounting 342 (2010) (exploring the use of subdivisions and subsidiaries to avoid tax liability).
George Santayana offers wisdom to guide us: "Progress, far from consisting in change, depends on retentiveness
Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.
To be sure, the West has economic weaknesses, but Greek incontinence and German anal retentiveness
are minor ailments compared with Russia's self-destruction.
Patricia Israel recalls the retentiveness
of Murphy's memory.
Unlike Fred, who knows little about the animal or the industry, Bambridge regards horse dealing "as the finest of the arts," and devotes the "minute retentiveness
of his memory" to the horses he has bought and sold.