His idea is to switch the paradigm: have the government focus on curing the diseases that cost so much to treat.
Companies are beginning to take this paradigm shift to heart.
A call to Cherry's agent at paradigm was not returned; nor was an email to the Desperate Housewives publicists.
But we offer something else in a return, a paradigm shift that comes from people who have been awakened.
Frost: It is brought to you by those friendly folk at paradigm Productions.
Rapid Dominance also means looking to invest in technologies perhaps not fully or currently captured by the Cold War paradigm.
These paradigm descriptions facilitate our knowing how we are with others.
The paradigm employed uses eye movement recordings and comprehension measures to study picture-text interactions.
Verona shall serve as the paradigm for the despotic form of government.
The inheritance of eye color serves as a paradigm of the method of inheritance of any unit-character.
late 15c., from Late Latin paradigma "pattern, example," especially in grammar, from Greek paradeigma "pattern, model; precedent, example," from paradeiknynai "exhibit, represent," literally "show side by side," from para- "beside" (see para- (1)) + deiknynai "to show" (cognate with Latin dicere "to show;" see diction). Related: Paradigmatic; paradigmatical.