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There will be no audits for endogenous reasons (since the insured's participation constraint is satisfied), and audits for exogenous reasons are simply assumed to imply a negligable cost in the present since they are sufficiently in the future, and since they are also discounted by an accumulated probability of occurance.
The differences in trajectory between them-- including the .475 Linebaugh-- are negligable. There is no magic in revolver calibers.
Clinton dropped his energy tax proposal as soon as it came under fire from the oil and gas industry; and Clinton's EPA chief Carol Browner re-evaluated the Delaney amendment to the Food and Drug Act that "stipulated a zero tolerance for all c arcinogenic residues in food products," a move which was "an early signal that the Clinton administration would follow the Bush doctrine of negligable risk." Clinton announced new air quality regulations that "called for voluntary rather than mandatory compliance," and he reneged on his promise to raise the CAFE (corporate average fuel economy) standards above 27.5 mph.
For example, reputational costs are likely to be negligable for antitrust suits but high for product-liability cases.
He knows he doesn't have the player depth to win the World Cup and accepts the limitatins opposed upon him, particularly in attack where his options are almost negligable.
Also in the quest for an exciting and satisfying balance between sex and romance or love, the tension-level has risen, if only because the increased demands on emotion management will have stimulated both the fantasies and the longing for (romantic) relationships characterized by greater intimacy, as well as the longing for easier (sexual) relationships in which the pressure of these demands is absent or negligable.
There is also a saturation effect when increase in diversity per added locus becomes negligable as single individual clones cannot be differentiated by applying more characters for genotyping.