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And then there are the thinktankers and policy entrepreneurs who must scan the daily headlines for hobby horses.
I love the idea of decentralising the political industry where all the thinktankers and lobbists are employed in a wider base across the country.
646 astronauts Alix Mortimer 2010
Surely even rightwing thinktankers will admit that the brave world of the web is not always that brave
Clergy, theologians, even thinktankers have been chosen as religious "representatives".
As are most of the circle-jerking Canadian thinktankers she is most likely to be, at her very core, a neo-liberal rather than a true conservative.
Dear Josef: Awkward much? CC 2009
One only has top look at the amoral crowd currently infesting Whitehall as Spads, thinktankers etc to see this phenomenon already in action.
Hold their noses the thinktankers might have to do at Bush's ignorance, but he is crucially important.
The Indian told their US counterparts that this trip was part of an effort on the part of the Iranian government to encourage anti-American, pro-Muslim scholars and thinktankers in
The Guardian World News Jason Burke 2010
Barry: We're putting together a list of the 50 most influential liberal thinkers / intellectuals in America (academics, thinktankers, columnists, even politicians …) for a XXXXXX. com Opinion section slide show.
The Big Picture 2009
And many pundits, academics and thinktankers who live on state, corporation or media financial support fell in line.
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