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They refer to economics basically, but also to management, culture, history, anthropology, sociology, psychology, and, terminologically speaking, we are also interested in the interrelation with the common language.
Conceivably, however, the terms actually denote one (but not both) of the persons of corresponding generation and sex in different patrilines which have been said to be terminologically equivalent; it is unfortunately impossible to determine whether or not such is the case from the available data.'
Such an entry structure is completely sufficient from the user's point of view, as Ivanov created the dictionary for the Mari speakers, that is, for all those who would, with their own use of the language, contribute to a terminologically developed, beautiful Mari language, not for foreigners learning Mari at the beginner level.
By combining these options, they create a flexible taxonomy composed of six types of unreliability (then slightly refined terminologically by Phelan and Rabinowitz in Herman et al., 2012).
It was terminologically defined in the middle of the 1990s (Sharma & Chrisman, 1999).
Fiscal pressure and fiscal effort are concepts that are terminologically closely related; however, there are subtle differences, whereby they are to be treated in an entirely different manner.
More specifically, as analyzed in previous Section 2.1.2, only a few terms have been slightly different between primary and secondary search and, subsequently, did not coincide terminologically, whereas, even in these cases, it is noteworthy that primary search terms are undoubtedly more established scientific terms, more extensively and assiduously retrievable in published literature, and, subsequently, more intensively and scrupulously adopted by researchers.
Ebenstein makes much of the ideological evolution of Friedman and Hayek who, he tells us, both started as classical liberals but became more and more libertarian as they grew older, up to espousing a "virtual neoanarchism." It is unclear what Ebenstein means by that expression, other than that it is terminologically two steps removed from anarchism.
The 2013 opinion is also terminologically complex (introducing distinctions between, for example, life sentences and whole life orders, mandatory and discretionary life sentences, forms of review that are like parole in substance but not termed "parole," etc.), which can compound the confusion.
The existing literature does not consider whether inputs, instruments and outputs are consistently terminologically distinguished from one another.
(111) For a discussion of the substantive similarity between these terminologically different terms, see RP Anand, "Sovereign Equality of States in International Law" (1986) 197 Rec des Cours 9 at 103-05.