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The generalized Mossin Theorem here shows that negative expectation dependence includes all the distributions that generate the result by showing that negative expectation dependence is necessary as well as sufficient; equivalently, if the premium is fair and any risk-averse individual prefers more than full insurance, then X is negatively expectation dependent with respect to W.
To perform equivalently to 165 F paraffin wax, Hydrobrite PVC Oil must be used at up to 25% higher levels.
Equivalently, the second stage consists of a regression of the estimates of the linear combinations [[beta].
Houghton and foster son John Roe; and partners Wayne Smith and Daniel Skahen--had "not asserted that they can demonstrate that homosexual families are equivalently stable, are able to provide proper gender identification, [and] are no more socially stigmatizing than married heterosexual families.
The special edition is available now, and costs pounds 100 more than an equivalently specified Avantgarde model.
Plaintiffs have not asserted they can demonstrate that homosexual families are equivalently stable, are able to provide proper gender identification or are no more socially stigmatizing than married heterosexual families," King said in his decision.
Being denser than equivalently sized steel shot, bismuth retains more energy as range increases.
However, in late 1998 we introduced our equivalently priced 500 Series Spectrodensitometers as our next generation of color measurement technology -- a culmination of substantial research and development and market feedback on our flagship 400 Series," said Mr.
In her view, therefore, the interpretive issues can all be resolved by dismissing or blurring all Whiteheadian distinctions, and their associated doctrines, that might support the sundering of an occasion's subjective and objective functions or, almost equivalently, that might detract from the desired categoreal centrality and interpretive force of intensity.
Equivalently, the perimeter of a hexagonal cell enclosing a given area is less than that of a square or triangular cell enclosing the same area.
The distinction is important only because AS/400 systems cost from five to ten times that of equivalently powerful AS/400 servers (equivalent if they didn't have their 5250 data stream crippled, that is).
At the same time, he thought it inconceivable that there could be substantial disagreement among equivalently qualified individuals - and on this basis he argued that taste is no less objective than judgments based on sense.