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A pre-planned means of extricating oneself from a situation that is likely to become difficult or unpleasant.‘it is vital that all investors have some sort of exit strategy’
- ‘And let's remember: An exit date is not an exit strategy.’
- ‘The IRA, already in pursuit of its exit strategy, had all the confirmation it needed.’
- ‘Rather than thinking in terms of an exit strategy, we should be focused on a strategy for success.’
- ‘Now, people have taken all of those things to mean that they're looking for an early exit strategy.’
- ‘What is now needed to save face is an exit strategy.’
- ‘I felt angry that our national leaders had put us into a war without an exit strategy or a way of defining victory.’
- ‘We'll talk about a potential exit strategy for U.S. forces.’
- ‘Charles Kennedy, leader of the Liberal Democrats, demands an exit strategy.’
- ‘Exit strategies will vary according to their investment priorities.’
- ‘They've begun looking for an exit strategy to free the Fed's hand.’
- ‘Business owners must have an exit strategy in mind.’
- ‘At any point online, you can choose to log off - there is always the exit strategy.’
- ‘He could not have said what his exit strategy is.’
- ‘The same stockbroker speculated last week that Murray was preparing an " exit strategy ".’
- ‘By that time he'll have new material on exit strategies - or the lack thereof.’
- ‘You can expect the smarter Democratic strategists to start implementing the exit strategy from the Guantanamo quagmire.’
- ‘I mean, there's always been an exit strategy in the sense that nobody wants to stay there indefinitely.’
- ‘Howard initiated the Tampa standoff without a clear exit strategy.’
- ‘This is where Labor can claim the upper hand: they have advanced an exit strategy.’
- ‘Henry spends the rest of the day replaying his exit strategy.’
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