When you hear “a good thing”, most people assume it’s a compliment, and when you say it’s “it’ll save you more money”, most will think you’re saying something negative.
However, when you use the phrase “it can save you a lot of money”, you’re more likely to see the phrase as a compliment.
This is why the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has done an experiment to see if people are more likely than not to take a compliment as a positive.
To do the experiment, the ABS asked people to think of positive and negative words in a list and then counted the number of people who answered yes to each of the two questions: “It can save me money”, “It will save me a lot”.
The results showed that when people are asked to think positive, it’s more likely that they’ll be more likely be positive.
The ABS is also trying to get the word out about the new “A” ratings system that will come into effect on 1 January 2018.
The A-rated rating is one of the most popular and widely used rating systems.
It has over 200,000 ratings across over 40,000 publications.
However, it is not the only system used in the ratings industry.
The Australian Bureau Of Statistics (ABOS) has released a survey to try and measure the “positive effects” of the A-rating system on the Australian economy.
What did they find?
In response to the survey, the ABC reported that “The positive effects of the Australian A- rating system have been found to be substantial.
In Australia, the A ratings system has led to higher productivity, higher wages, lower unemployment and a greater number of new jobs than the standard rating system.”
Does the ABC know the numbers?
The ABS has said that the number and percentage of people that are “satisfied with their ratings” is a “very reliable indicator of how many people will choose to spend their money on new or expanded businesses”.
However, in this article, we’re going to take it a step further.
We’re going do some math and see if the ABC knows the numbers on this, because the ABS’ own numbers on “good things” are very different to those of the ABC.
In a survey of over 12,000 households, the ABOS found that only 25% of people have “a positive or positive opinion of the rating system”.
This is the same percentage of respondents who say they think the rating “the ABC does well” is “somewhat” accurate.
This means that the ABC has a very low percentage of “positive” people.
So, how does the ABC’s own numbers compare to the ABS’s?
As the ABOSS reports, “The ABC’s ratings system is very accurate and, as the ABS reports, is the most widely used.
However the ABC is not widely used and, in fact, its numbers are quite low.”
So why are they so different?
In their research, the authors found that the ABS has been able to “generate very reliable estimates of what Australians value most” because “there is a clear distinction between those who value ratings more and those who do not”.
“Our analysis suggests that the majority of Australian consumers value ratings higher than they value other aspects of advertising and distribution,” the authors write.
So, what’s the difference between “good and bad” and “good for business”?
The ABC has been doing a lot more research on how good it is to be an advertiser, so we’re not going to delve into the specifics of this, but there are a few key things to remember when it comes to advertising.
The ABC doesn’t have a monopoly on good for business advertising.
“Good for business” advertising is a phrase used to describe any form of positive advertising that is aimed at business.
It refers to a company or organisation that promotes itself as a successful one.
The ABC’s ads do a lot to encourage businesses to hire more staff, for example, or offer discounts to businesses that are more efficient.
The Australian Council of Trade Unions has called for the ABC to “rethink its business model” and to “put more emphasis on business and less on the ratings”.
“Good-quality advertising is important for the economy and for the success of Australian businesses,” the council’s spokeswoman, Marjorie O’Sullivan, said.
“There is no doubt that the ratings system can help to improve the advertising experience for Australians.”
In addition, the Australian Council for Civil Liberties (ACCL) says “good-quality, credible advertising” is important to “building trust and confidence in the media and in Australia’s democracy”.
It also says that “good” for business “advertising should be about doing the right thing for the community, promoting business and providing information that is useful to consumers and businesses”.
It says that the “ABC should also