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The traditional formulation of the Golden Rule, "do to others as you would have them do to you," "is obviously unprecise," Henry Sidgwick observed, "for one might wish for another's co-operation in sin, and be willing to reciprocate it.
The drat of the Tax Code has many ambiguous and unprecise definitions and uses incorrect terminology in some places.
v] = o (we are quite unprecise here: our notation should keep track of the gluing application, which is implicit there, to keep things lighter).
What particularly embitters us shareholders is that after the high losses, you still make this unprecise outlook statement, even though you have given some indication of first quarter results, albeit also in an unprecise fashion,' said Joerg Pluta of the German Association for Securities Ownership.
Because the credit-granting decision depends on different points from loan officers, we employ a contingent fuzzy approach to quantify the uncertain or unprecise statements.
Also accept the fact that the next 10 years are going to present extreme social turbulence in all developed countries for a very simple reason: We are facing totally unprecise demographics.
Simultaneously' is meant in terms of the fairly unprecise calibrated radiocarbon determinations -- perhaps one day the date and place of the very first wheel and wagon can be pinpointed with much greater exactness.
Altogether, our results demonstrate that radioimmunoreactivity for digoxin in biological fluids is not a simple interference with substances of an unprecise nature, but is essentially due to the presence of the substance we isolated and that this substance is an effective inhibitor of [Na.
Consequently, it is likely that the statistics paint a somewhat unprecise picture.
The matter of directors and officers liability depends on the interpretation by the courts of such unprecise terms as "negligence," "good faith," "reasonably believed to be in the best interests of the corporation," "intentional misconduct or recklessness.