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substantive

relating to the essential legal principles administered by the courts, as opposed to practice and procedure.
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These two mappings form a Galois insertion of Def into ??(Subst) [Armstrong et al.
For any [Sigma] [element of] Subst, Models([Alpha].sub.Def]({[Sigma]})) = {ground([Sigma]')|[Sigma]' [element of][[Delta].sub.[Sigma]]}.
We show now that this insertion of Def into Sharing is coherent with the insertions of Sharing into ??(Subst), and of Def into ??(Subst).
Across all three dependent variables the estimated coefficients for SUBST are positive and statistically significant (at the .05 level), thus the evidence suggests that firms specializing in high risk drivers receive relatively more complaints.
Using Illinois data, the estimated coefficient for SUBST is positive and statistically significant (at the .01 level), which is consistent with the results obtained using California data.
One recent study using NIDA data determined that adolescents who reported using steroids were at greater risk than their peers for using other illicit drugs, alcohol, and tobacco; fighting; attempting suicide; taking sexual risks; taking vehicular risks; and pathogenic weight loss (Subst. Use Misuse 2005;40:1637-57).