the other way around


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Adv.1.the other way around - with the order reversed; "she hates him and vice versa"
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But the prevailing wisdom has insisted it was business that needed to take a page from the military, not the other way around. Dozens of military manuals, promising the secrets to successful operation, have been reprinted for general consumption.
In fact, I'll bet you 10 to one it's always the other way around, that CFOs make more than CIOs.
The sandwich board might also read "I care about my problems" because caucuses lay bare how politicians allow parochial interests to drive their reasoning about national policy, rather than the other way around. The Guard caucus is so large because virtually every member has reservists and armories at home, causing lawmakers to pressure the Pentagon to leave the Guard alone, even though doing so arguably makes our military less effective.