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Researchers found that avoider birds, for the most part, failed to reproduce successfully for at least one year after forced relocation.
F] is the smallest non-negative integer such that Avoider wins the (1 : b) game F for every b > [f.
The upper threshold bias [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is the smallest non-negative integer such that Avoider wins the (1 : b) game F for every b > [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
As your boss, the Avoider makes you vulnerable by not taking on any new or high-profile projects through which you could distinguish yourself.
Risk avoiders are safe players who resist making decisions without first exploring every nook and cranny for bugs.
Lafair identifies the thirteen most common patterns that correspond to characters familiar to anyone who has ever worked in an office: Super Achiever, Rebel, Persecutor, Victim, Rescuer, Clown, Martyr, Splitter, Procrastinator, Drama Queen or King, Pleaser, Denier, and Avoider.
One Merseyside licence avoider said: "I have an injured leg which is in a cast.
Activist Benjamin Neem said yesterday: "Green is a multi-billionaire tax avoider and yet he is regarded as an appropriate man to advise the government on austerity.
His emphasis is on the application of the Treaty freedoms and thus to what degree a tax avoider is entitled to certain rights on the grounds of incomplete economic integration.
As well as the Know-it-all and the Punisher, there is the Teacher, the Competitor, the Philosopher, the Avoider and the Escapee.