freeness


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Arrangements of hyperplanes and their freeness I, II.
She whose honest freeness makes it her virtue to speak what she thinks will make it her necessity to think what is good.
The freeness measure captures the inverse of trade costs so that a high value corresponds to low trade barriers (see Baldwin et al.
While such a comparative or sequential style of criticism reading is unexpectedly productive, its freeness contrasts with Regier's deliberate close-reading of Wordsworth, which can feel plodding at times.
This approach includes analysis of the deadlock and tempo blocking freeness properties.
Also there is freeness in the varieties of medicine for the same disease, the sick are not confined to one healer, and they can move from one practitioner to another seeking for cure; sometimes from one ethnic group to another.
The beauty of Racing Post Greyhound TV is it's freeness - you will have certain top-class entertainment at home without having to spend a penny.
Although Froberger helped to constitute the rules of the genre, his music has a freeness about it which indicates that many pieces originated as a result of improvisation before the audience and reveals his sense of humour - he composed, for example, a fantasia whose theme is the first six notes of the scale, which is wittily countered by the improvisation of Jaroslav Tuma, who also took the scale, in his case in the descending order, as the basis for a passacaglia.
He wrestled with justice, that thou mightest have rest; He wept and mourned, that thou mightest laugh and rejoice; "He was betrayed, that thou mightest go free; was apprehended, that thou mightest escape; "He was condemned, that thou mightest be justified; and was killed, that thou mightest live; "He wore a crown of thorns, that thou mightest wear a crown of glory; and was nailed to the cross, with His arms wide open, to show with what freeness all His merits shall be bestowed on the coming soul; and how heartily He will receive it into His bosom?
Monetary system without restrictions or obstacles that limit the freeness of the investor's decision.
The cases of Kenya in 2007, Zimbabwe in 2008 and Zambia in 2008, for example show the centrality of questioning the freeness and fairness of elections.