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However, as in the case of the Baltics, the exchange rate variable does not reveal the significance, likely due to the considerable invariability of the series.
A commitment to civility does not change the tough issues we face, the hard choices that must be made, or the invariability of differences of opinions.
Noting the variety of results arising from these approaches, then, Golemovic observes that "[i]n view of the above, as the most important features of the refrain, the ones which constitute its essential quality, we may underscore the invariability of its (1) form, (2) content, and (3) position within the song.
Invariability of this opinion of the teachers depending on the years of work with the administrator and its slight variability depending on the subject and gender of the responding teacher in some aspects may as well point to the quality of the administrative atmosphere at primary schools in terms of teachers, parents, students, educational program, non-teaching staff, environment, buildings, tools and equipment (Erden, 2001).
Cabet, like Mentor, prescribes invariability in dress, uniformity in furniture, simultaneity of exercises, community of meals, etc.
The invariability in climate in the metropolis is influenced more by rainfall than temperature.
Hirschler understands the latter as follows: "the historical field surveyed was static, homogeneous and constantly reiterating its invariability.
We deduce, then, that Comparetti's invariability is, in effect, a rejection of that logic in favor of the microtext.
The invariability of coping answers over time and across situations is a controversial topic in Psychological Assessment.
Azari, Missimer, and Seitz suggest that current neuroimaging data (neuroimaging consists of taking pictures of the brain while a person engages in some kind of task) point to a cross-cultural invariability in religious and spiritual experiences which involves brain regions utilized in and essential for relational cognition.
On the one hand, mathesis universalis, common speech, invariability, semiosic fluxes, synechism, energy, progress, succession, return, transitive writing, transcription, continuity; on the other hand, mathesis singularis, uniqueness, otherness, fragmentation, death, loss, intransitive writing, variability, unrepeatability, discontinuity.