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The full definition states, "The amount by which contract rent exceeds market rent at the time of the appraisal; created by a lease favorable to the landlord (lessor) and may reflect unusual management, unknowledgeable parties, a lease execution in an earlier, stronger rental market, or an agreement of the parties.
These unknowledgeable people are creating play spaces and dungeon groups and again, it's other inexperienced people who are suffering the brunt of this inexperience.
Something impels me to measure the consciousness of my love against such unimaginable and incalculable things as the behavior of nebulae (whose very remoteness seems a form of insanity), the dreadful pitfalls of eternity, the unknowledgeable beyond the unknown, the helplessness, the cold, the sickening involutions and interpenetrations of space and time.
Similar to prior research (Reimer & McLean, 2009), instructors viewed global citizenship as unrelated to their academic area, were unlikely to raise the topic of global citizenship in class, felt unknowledgeable about the topic, lacked motivation to include the topic, and felt more uncomfortable giving their personal opinion about global citizenship than the other topics.
Mary Espina, PhilRice field supervisor for the golden rice project, said the protesters were probably motivated by their "fear of the unknown," being unknowledgeable of the objective of the government on GMOs.
The descriptors include pushy, selfish, lazy, rich, schmoozer, money hungry, dishonest, unknowledgeable and insincere.
Among students entering college undecided or unknowledgeable about future careers, it seems that the attraction of STEM is more compelling than popularly claimed.
The majority of them [youths] were unknowledgeable and in the land of the blind the man with one eye is king," he said.
Disclosure requirements are often discussed as a method of assisting even unknowledgeable investors.
As Kildare Slippy crossed the line almost ten lengths clear, only the most blinkered or unknowledgeable of spectators would have been shocked if the dog hadn't smashed the 474m hurdles clock.
Injuries to the patient by the operator can be caused unknowledgeable or due to sheer negligence, in both the instances, the patient suffers.