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Sydney, Nov 22( ANI ): Former Australia captain Ian Chappell has expressed hope that David Warner hasn't fallen victim to a form of paralysis by analysis because people might be trying to get into his head, urging him to tighten his game up, and he also advised the swaggering opener to stick to his aggressive batting style.
Mr Larkin said: "While a number of regional projects do get a mention, it is a case of the DfT embarking on further investigations and we stand to once again have important projects become the victim of paralysis by analysis.
McCarthy says the time for fine details is over: "You can put all the paralysis by analysis and you can do what you want.
Much sifting of extraneous detail then follows to spare the players from paralysis by analysis.
Sometimes we simply have too much data and freeze up with paralysis by analysis.
Implementation is also key because you can suffer from paralysis by analysis.
No other consumer product causes such paralysis by analysis.
At times it was a little bit paralysis by analysis.