Mutually Exclusive


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Mutually Exclusive

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Environmental protection and economic progress are not mutually exclusive - they are inextricably linked.
The cunning juxtaposition of what appear to be mutually exclusive pictorial languages in this piece exemplifies Wiesen's witty dislocation of high-art gravitas.
As the first budget of the new Board of Harbor Commissioners -- and my first as executive director -- this budget underscores our commitment to balancing two goals that, in the past, have seemed mutually exclusive," said Geraldine Knatz, Ph.
And the founding of this museum will probably accomplish what look to be mutually exclusive tasks: the solidification of the outsider category and the inclusive pulverizing of the textbook definition of fine art.
None of these options are mutually exclusive, but implementing all three will still be less expensive than having to respond to a large-scale data breach," Ms.
ALTHOUGH many now accept it as fact that land conservation and growth are mutually exclusive concepts, a development in Ventura County demonstrates how a project can be designed and planned to be environmentally progressive while still meeting Southern California's growing housing needs.
Yet Lawrence has consistently proven that being a great storyteller and a great painter are not mutually exclusive endeavors.
It may come as a shock to you, Chrissie, but eating a cheeseburger and enjoying your music may not be mutually exclusive - much as you'd probably like it to be.
It was an eerily lyrical image, intimating that the body's crude physicality and its poetry aren't mutually exclusive.
As IT organizations come to realize that configuration change and compliance assurance are interrelated disciplines and not mutually exclusive, they will look to implement systems management software that addresses both disciplines in order to lower operational costs and gain greater operational control of their server environments," said Dev Ittycheria, President and CEO, BladeLogic.
Representatives from both groups agreed that the two objectives are not mutually exclusive as they discussed the possibility of removing some of the concrete walls in a half-mile long stretch of the wash in Valley Glen.
In this show, Onus, Bancroft, Morgan, and Casey proved that Aboriginal and contemporary do not have to be mutually exclusive categories.
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