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The second model, named model B, tests in an exploratory manner how much each of the human values can predict both types of judgment in each country, Brazil and The United States of America, in this case piecemeal and affective judgment composed the model as dependent variables while the human values were tested as independent variables as figure 2 demonstrates.
Even today, after the second failure of another world war, perhaps one can speak of a third war, one fought piecemeal, with crimes, massacres, destruction."
The case accuses GM of misrepresentation, concealment and non-disclosure of "piecemeal" safety defects, all which has caused the devaluation of GM cars.
Reform advocates say efforts that have included peaceful protests, town halls, editorial board meetings, civil disobedience and fasting would continue in 2014 until the issue - even in a piecemeal fashion - was addressed.
Marco Rubio signaled support for the piecemeal approach in the House, despite his months of work, and vote for the comprehensive Senate bill that would provide a path to citizenship for the 11 million immigrants living here illegally and tighten border security.
Global Banking News-October 15, 2013--UK banking sector reform too piecemeal, says Tyrie(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
LEADING business groups fired warning shots at the UK Government for a "piecemeal" approach to devolution which is "not helping business" as the coalition launched a consultation on giving the Assembly powers to set stamp duty.
The assets consist of units in Scotland, Manchester, Bristol and Minehead, residences which currently generate an income of PS300,000 per year, and it now intends to sell them off piecemeal to owner-occupiers.
Chidambaram further said the present financial architecture has evolved over the years with a sequence of piecemeal measures and piecemeal legislations responding to immediate pressures from time to time.
Boss Andy Harrison said stricter rules were needed to address the "piecemeal system across the UK and Europe".
A blogger has suggested that Rome should think about designing and supporting an online program for lay people to learn Latin, something more substantial than the piecemeal and unstructured resources presently available.