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Chris -- 2011-03-08
This looks like a common substitution – the phrase ‘adopt to change’ alone gets 300+ ghits- although it’s hard to search for generally. Of course, you adapt to change or adversity by adopting new tools or strategies, so there’s some contiguity of meanings. Examples:
This would allow for the company to be more competitive and nimble to adopt to change more rapidly.
Who Moved My Cheese …
It’s all about AWARENESS and learning to ADOPT to change without complicating the issues at hand.
The world is changing and those who are surviving and thriving are those who adopt to change …
www.statejournal.com/story.cfm?func=vie … oryid=4936
As sooner as we can adopt to change the better we will be able to position ourselves and make the best out of it.
Enzymes use different strategies to adopt to cold environments.
...Steppe plants also must adopt to stress as a result of feeding by animals …
“Athletes are great at compensation” stated Kathy, “their bodies will adopt to stress in one area by shifting the work load to another group of muscles”.
Denial and repression leads to the kind maladopted behaviour that Chirosree Basu so correctly describes.
www.telegraphindia.com/1040811/asp/opin … 603332.asp