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establish
used in The Tipping Point

5 uses
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1  —1 use as in:
establish a positive tone
Definition
create, start, or set in [a] place
  • Neal L. Bcnowitz and Jack Henningficld, "Establishing a nicotine threshold (or addiction," New England Journal of Medicine (1994), vol. 3 j 1, pp. 123-12*.
    End Notes (97% in)

There are no more uses of "establish" flagged with this meaning in The Tipping Point.

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exact meaning not specified
  • It is a big established company attempting to behave like a small entrepreneurial start-up.
    Chapter 5 (63% in)
  • The idea was that when the packet finally arrived at the stockbroker's house, Milgram could look at the list of all those whose hands it went through to get there and establish how closely connected someone chosen at random from one part of the country was to another person in another part of the country.
    Chapter 2 (8% in)
  • They had no formal organization or established means of community.
    Chapter 2 (46% in)
  • Some books on salesmanship recommend that persuaders try to mirror the posture or talking styles of their clients in order to establish rapport.
    Chapter 2 (90% in)

There are no more uses of "establish" in The Tipping Point.

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