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The courts in California must look first to the terms of the policy and while doing so, the Supreme Court concluded that in the context of liability insurance, an accident is "'an unexpected, unforeseen, or undesigned happening or consequence from either a known or an unknown cause.
Our intuition identifies designed things partly by detecting contrast with other things that are undesigned.
They could also encourage appropriate use of undesigned experiments and studies, because ad hoc changes to processes and open observation can teach us a lot.
The blind, undesigned, and quasi-automatic working of the gold standard turned out to produce a greater measure of predictablity and regularity - perhaps because its discipline was impersonal and inescapable - than did deliberate and conscious control within institutional arrangements intended to promote monetary stability'.
But, he said, citing a leading legal text book, this was very often "very good evidence" which by undesigned coincidence was capable of proving something with mathematical accuracy.
Market values are the unintended and undesigned results of this decentralized market activity.
Now, blocking and moderating analyses often occur with incidental, undesigned features of studies and, in that sense, I think it is appropriate because it may be the only way of getting a handle on the diversity between studies and their consequence for study outcome: but whether relaxation is part of the ganzfeld or not is for me .
As a result, governance development typically remains the application of tips and piecemeal improvements to a fundamentally undesigned whole.
My discovery of the indefinable joy of creating stories and ideas in words was fortuitous and totally undesigned.
Kunstler holds zoning-with its rigid separation of uses, separating homes from factories, forbidding apartments that used to flourish over shops-responsible for the great voids of undesigned space that create so much hostile space in American communities today.
Jack Birner captures this "project" well in his informative introduction: "All of these elements lead to an explanation of social institutions as undesigned, spontaneously grown mechanisms that by discovering and coordinating dispersed knowledge reduce the complexity facing individuals with limited knowledge and thus allow their actions to be coordinated" [pp.
For example, lunch, breaks, lectures, and merely waiting for work to be assigned are all part of undesigned time.