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Whitehall later filed a motion to dismiss the contiguity claim.
Table-2 gives the output from the spatial lag model using first-order queen contiguity weight matrix.
It is known that for an association to be established, mere contiguity is not sufficient and there must be a 'belonging' factor present between different elements associated together and this leads to better learning and retention.
I'd like us to hold on to this term contiguity, while I illustrate the quasi-Rothian tableaux I have in mind.
Keeping in mind the geographical contiguity and strategic interest, Sharma said that the bids of the short listed Indian companies may seriously be considered.
Our ambassador in Israel will convey the same message to the government there." Israel has faced a storm of criticism over the plans, which critics say will isolate East Jerusalem and threaten the territorial contiguity of a future Palestine state.
According to WAFA, it said the Israeli government's actions threaten to totally isolate Al-Quds from the West Bank and forms a threat to the territorial contiguity of a future Palestinian state and the two-state solution.
Wali( governor) of northern state Uthaz Fathee Khaliel asserted that the new road represent a contiguity between the two nations in Sudan and Egypt and expressed on his government keenness to motivate the trade between his state and Egypt to serve the benefits of citizens.
Chua sees the current discourse as framed in terms of rupture and discontinuity, whereas she wants to revive the issue of continuity and contiguity. She sees this as crucial to her thesis, arguing that any account of conversion and Christianity must also incorporate continuity, in order to give a fully nuanced view of the culture of Christianity and the Christianity of culture.
(1) Specifically, by using data at district level from 1998 and 2005, it utilises spatial exploratory techniques to determine the effect of distance and contiguity among 98 of Pakistan's administrative districts on their human capital characteristics and inequalities.
If approved, the Gilo project would create territorial contiguity between the Gush Etzion settlement bloc south of Jerusalem and the city itself, said Meir Margalit, a Jerusalem councilman from Meretz Party.
He added that the principle of self-determination has never been, neither in its conception, nor in its implementation, a tool to break up the unity and territorial integrity of States or a pretext to deprive the States of integral parts of their territory, while the contiguity, language, religion, tradition and culture show that these lands belong to the same Nation, as it is the case for the Moroccan Sahara.