Here are the results: Gimmick: 48%insight: 36%In true libertarian fashion: 8%He's still running?
I think that there are periods of history that are compatible; they have insight into each other.
Nobody should waste their time penning letters that any pediatrician with a whiff of insight will ignore.
insight also a ham radio recording of army messages during the fatal afternoon.
It is a heavy tome, utterly devoid of insight, warmth, wisdom or likeability.
For a single instant doubt drowned Sam's faith in his own insight and in human nature.
He is remarkable for insight to the character of all with whom he has to do.
In its last and loftiest ascensions, insight itself, and the freedom of the will, is one of its obedient members.
There is a directness of aim in virtue which gives an insight into vice.
In ordinary life a man of common powers, he possessed for this hour the insight and the intensity of genius.
insight in·sight (ĭn'sīt')
Understanding, especially an understanding of the motives and reasons behind one's actions.
A simulation and modelling language especially for health care problems.
["Simulation Modeling with INSIGHT", S.D. Roberts Proc 1983 Winter Sim Conf, S.D. Roberts et al eds, pp.7-16].