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But more important, on any given day, when you have a chance to add value to others and perform an act of significance, you may never get that chance again.
The First, Third, and Tenth Circuits oppose practical significance inquiries; the Second, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Ninth, and Eleventh Circuits endorse them; and the D.
Readers should not confuse statistical significance with clinical significance.
Only a life in pursuit of significance can grant you both.
Applicants for planning permission, or other relevant forms of heritage consent, will be required to provide evidence to enable the planning authority to establish the significance of the affected heritage asset.
According to Cult's authors, the problem is that significance has become a broken, or highly overused and abused, statistical instrument.
To assess its prevalence, Ziliak and McCloskey developed a 19 item assessment index for proper treatment of tests of significance (an example item is: "Does the article refrain from reporting t- or F-statistics or standard errors even when a test of significance is not relevant?
Due to its undoubted national and potential international significance, we need to explore and very possibly enact a preservation in situ strategy.
Downtown Third Thursdays' topics will range from a behind-the scenes look at one of the most intense and emotional international architectural competitions ever held to the founding of Manhattan by the Dutch to the history and significance of the New York City oyster trade to the restoration of Lower Manhattan's landmark buildings and sites to a conversation about legendary architect Cass Gilbert's design influences and styles.
The significance of Christ's presence during those nine months highlights the significance of the lives of all unborn children.
Because of the amount of "thick description" and the even-handed tone throughout, it is perhaps easy to miss the significance of Hunter's argument.