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Historical investigation, in effect, brings back to light the violent deeds which took place at the origin of all political formations, even those whose consequences have been beneficial." Thus, Derrida, quoting Renan, writes that "a nation does not exist as long as there is no certainty that, 'all should have forgotten quite a few things'; as long as some remember originary deeds of violence, a nation remains unassured of its essence and its existence.
In the past his unassured nature and inconsistency has made him a punters' nightmare, but the 6ft 4in paceman is more confident these days.
An assurance tag on a datum might have a variety of values: e.g., product of an information system with SysTrust assurance, product of an information system under statistical quality control [with parameters ...], unassured, not reliable, reliable [subject to ...], reliable to within [+ or -] X percent at XX percent confidence, etc.
The best advice is to focus on tenant credit quality and complete a rigorous analysis of assured versus unassured components of cash flow and the asset price.
So, the investor's variable, unassured return from the market was 1 3/4 times the assured return.
"Permit me," replied Huguette, "to ask you one more thing and tell me if it's true as those who knew you and saw you more familiarly say that you had a ferocious way of speaking, abrupt and unassured, when you let yourself be controlled by your natural inclination?
(7) I.365.3 allows optionally expedited data using SSCOP unassured data delivery.
"Is it?" she replied, laughing, but unassured. (304)
This necessity we call "need," which has a place only where existence is unassured and its own continual task.
Kanu in particular has looked unassured in front of goal, wasting a number of chances before Garba Lawal eventually gave the Super
The creators of the Uniform Commercial Code empathized with these unprotected contractors and drafted a provision that, if properly invoked, comforts the unassured and fearful: the right to adequate assurance of performance [U.C.C.