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    people over transmissions

    Hi!

    I am an English student; in a classroom workshop, we are simulating the creation of an advertising slogan for an hypothetical company operating in the field of mechanics (gearboxes, power transmissions, etc.). My aim is to highlight the friendly and empathetic attitude of the company: in your opinion, is "People Over Transmissions" a suitable choice for my purpose ? (Of course my aim is not to denigrate transmissions; instead I am trying to imply that people come first).
    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: people over transmissions

    When people who are professionally concerned with transmissions think about their work, they are far more interested in the mechanical quality of those mechanisms (e.g. reliability and durability) than they are in people. So I would say you are way off base.

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