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  RANK # PoS   WORD SPOK FIC MAG NEWS ACAD
1 2900  N    TRAGEDY 11953 4496 1351 1778 2712 1616
2 2901  N    NET 11712 1157 2340 2896 3261 2058
3 2902  N    FUNERAL 12009 2437 3830 1811 2970 961
4 2903  N    PROFESSION 12554 1261 962 1720 1696 6915
5 2904  V    CONSTITUTE 12632 619 485 1759 1023 8746
6 2905  V    SPOT 12187 1193 4657 3793 1953 591
7 2906  V    ALTER 11976 1005 1285 3024 1806 4856
8 2907  N    ESTABLISHMENT 12308 1478 620 2126 1992 6092
9 2908  V    SQUEEZE 12240 993 5764 3178 1799 506
10 2909  N    IMAGINATION 11774 1152 2525 2688 1524 3885
 

him. There are people in every field of endeavor who possess inborn gifts -- skills that give them an edge toward success. For lawyers, those gifts might be an analytical cast of mind, an ability to discern patterns in mountains of factual material, or; an ability to build persuasive arguments. But the thing that makes those skills potent and makes the difference between mere competence and triumph in day-to-day practice is the ability to forge in the foundry of one's mind the most effective tools to get the job done -- in a word, to concentrate. Lancaster A has that gift. For him, concentration skills are second nature. "It's just the way God made me, "he says. "I can work in any environment. " For lawyers who weren't born that way, but who have come to realize the importance concentration plays in winning cases, saving time and earning money, psychologists have good

 
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[ACADEMIC] ABA Journal (1998)
 



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