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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthought-outˌthought-ˈout adjective   carefully/well/badly thought-out
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thought-outBut new-wave sanitation experts say sewerage offers little more than convenience when compared to well thought-out latrines.It is here that the value of well thought-out objectives can be seen.The system is a well thought-out one and seems to work well.A professional Plan B is a systematic thought-out plan of action for furthering your career that includes the following steps.All such measures should be presented as part of a thought-out programme to recast the welfare state.As ever, the potential gains through a properly thought-out strategy emphasise the importance of talking to a specialist independent financial adviser.
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