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(204) More defensibly, some observers have noted with unease that caucus votes command more purchasing power than primary votes due to differences in turnout.
Regulatory compliance, internal governance policies and legal e-discovery demands can require that particular types of cold data be retained for certain lengths of time before it can be defensibly deleted.
It was widely assumed that this narrow targeting would lead to defensibly high advertising rates for at least some websites; better targeting would yield better results, and this would make a higher premium worth the cost.
Biggest e-discovery challenges Locating potentially responsive data 45% Controlling the amount of data sent for outside review 21% Tracking legal holds 17% Managing multiple e-discovery projects at once 17% Defensibly deleting data that was on legal hold 17% Other 14% Source: Exterro Note: Table made from bar graph.
All things considered, given the stipulated assumptions, George might defensibly accept the job, and the North might maintain its emissions.
Skinner, Edge, Altman, and Sherwood argued that too many discrete coping behaviors (such as social support seeking and emotional discharge) can defensibly be placed on either side of the approach/avoidance divide (2003).
have more narrowly (if not defensibly) explained the result in the case,
Cochran-Smith and Lytle's descriptions of teaching knowledge are conceptually inclusive, allowing us to defensibly borrow from the literature on learning to teach as a lens for understanding how our participants learned to educate teachers while still acknowledging that teaching and teacher educating are related yet different endeavors (Murray & Male, 2005).
For that to happen, all data in transit and all data at rest (in India) would have to be defensibly encrypted, with keys residing in Germany.
Rather, as in the case of the Habermasian discourse conditions, the dialogical ideal functions as shorthand for a set of ground rules that need to be instantiated to the greatest extent possible in the here-and-now as a basis for defensibly claiming that the policy outcomes arrived at are genuinely judicious and equitable rather than a by-product of unregulated power plays.