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Here’s the skinny on sticking to a gym routine

Yes, I’ve been writing long enough to have learned that editors have certain preferences when it comes to personal descriptive terms. Thus, I’m well aware that the use of adjectives like "slender" or "stocky" is recommended, rather than such inelegant ...

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Unions aim to monopolize construction work

After reading James Bertolone’s latest column ("Anti-union contractors profit by exploiting their workers," RBJ, 1/15/10), I am compelled to send a response. As the Rochester regional vice president of Associated Builders and Contractors’ Empire State Chapter, I can only qualify ...

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Unions aim to monopolize construction work

After reading James Bertolone’s latest column ("Anti-union contractors profit by exploiting their workers," RBJ, 1/15/10), I am compelled to send a response. As the Rochester regional vice president of Associated Builders and Contractors’ Empire State Chapter, I can only qualify ...

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Marketing helped save the world

The world has changed in 60 years, but the Ad Council of Rochester's goal of building capacity within the non-profit community isn't changing.

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Technology brings new means of rejection

Top-quality people get rejected every day. It can happen to anybody, anywhere. It’s part of life. Show me a person who claims never to have been rejected, always to have been accepted, and I’ll prove you have discovered a person ...

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A losing equation for the customer

Here is a proposition. Please give it some serious consideration, because I think you’ll agree with the concept. As I suggest it, however, I realize that those directly involved may resent the idea, but that’s too bad, because I don’t ...

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