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The similarity of quantitative CRI with different fundamental units is measured by using a standard transform formula:
Any attempt to turn the purpose of morality against the individual--the fundamental unit of human reality and thus of moral concern--is not merely a moral crime; it is an attempt to annihilate morality as such.
Accepted through faith and reason by most, the family is not only the fundamental unit of society, but, through marriage, an institution created and ordained by God.
But to move from that sociological truism to the proposition that the family is the fundamental unit of political liberty," says Galston, "goes against the grain of two centuries of American political thought, as first articulated in the Declaration of Independence.
The executive chairperson of the Immigrant Council of Ireland, Sr Stanislaus Kennedy, told the seminar in Dublin: "The Irish Constitution recognises the family as the primary and fundamental unit of society.
The building block of energy fields is the fundamental unit of both the human field and the environmental field, and in their integrainess are infinite in a universe of energy.
Across the range of diverse manifestations, decentralized budgeting in education attempts to empower fundamental unit personnel with the ability to participate in, influence, and take ownership of expense and/or revenue decisions for which they are ultimately and uniquely responsible.
As a result, the document became the fundamental unit of business content, and it drove the way we thought about, wrote and read things.
The fundamental unit of a discrete element scheme is the single particle.
recognizing that the fundamental unit of value is the customer relationship and developing capabilities to create and capture that value;
The fundamental unit of Internet routing is not the router but the Autonomous System (AS), a group of routers controlled by the same routing authority--this may be a backbone, an ISP, or a business.

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