noteworthiness


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College Cork) and Cadogan, a county librarian, profile people from all walks of life in the Irish county who achieved a degree of noteworthiness and died before the start of 2006.
We have replaced the famous in our culture with celebrities whose noteworthiness is temporary and hollow, based more on perception than reality.
Practical significance evaluates the potential noteworthiness of study results, by quantifying the degree to which sample results diverge from the null hypothesis (Snyder & Lawson, 1993).
Of equal noteworthiness, those areas of the United States where lynchings were rare a century ago are much less likely now to have a death penalty or to execute.