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Implications 3 and 4 require proxies for the opaqueness of the rival, as well as for the accused firms.
This fact gradually results in the opaqueness of the runway, and it decreases the sight of the pilot for the identification of runway lines," he added.
The internal capital market hypothesis predicts that opaque insurers facing higher costs of raising external capital diversify more than transparent insurers, and we find measures of opaqueness to be positively related to insurer diversification.
The numbers generated by the models tend to swing widely from model to model and update to update, and the opaqueness of the models makes it very difficult for the modelers and the model users to decipher the true drivers of changes in the modeled loss estimates, particularly for company-specific books of business.
In each painting, we see her with different levels of opaqueness, at different rates of repetition.
He observes, for instance, "it is the opaqueness of the musical language that ironically serves as a lens through which we may observe the composer wrestling with the modern female condition, even with her own psyche" (p.
Further, ColorMatrix is a leading provider of colorant for fluoropolymers and provides specialty additives that support fluoropolymers' unique high-performance properties such as lubricity, high-level heat insulation, static dissipation and x-ray opaqueness.
The ultra-fine fiber is also soft, stretchable, fits body contours comfortably, promotes cooling and boasts excellent absorbency and opaqueness.
Amnesty criticized the kingdom's "vague and broad" definitions of terrorism, ranging from "destabilizing society" to "harming the reputation of the state," adding that, "This opaqueness could be exploited to charge peaceful meetings of a group of people who make political demands or even engage in academic discussions with a 'terrorist crime'," under this draft law.
This has as much to do with the isolation of the language in a largely Spanish-speaking continent as with the noted difficulties and opaqueness of much Amazonian study, of which Brazilian archaeology is a large part.
Through Open Allies, travel industry organizations, individual distribution system participants and corporate travel managers are providing the leadership and analysis that indicates direct connect will not usher in better, cheaper, faster travel solutions, but rather will reduce price competition and reintroduce to the industry and consumers the inefficiencies and opaqueness of the 1970s air ticket purchasing environment.
To varying degrees, uncertainty about the issuing firm's fundamentals relates to asset opaqueness (i.