with certainty

See: fairly
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And who knows (there is no saying with certainty), perhaps the only goal on earth to which mankind is striving lies in this incessant process of attaining, in other words, in life itself, and not in the thing to be attained, which must always be expressed as a formula, as positive as twice two makes four, and such positiveness is not life, gentlemen, but is the beginning of death.
From the present mode of education we cannot determine with certainty to which men incline, whether to instruct a child in what will be useful to him in life; or what tends to virtue, and what is excellent: for all these things have their separate defenders.
The most sagacious and laborious naturalists have never yet succeeded in tracing with certainty the line which separates the district of vegetable life from the neighboring region of unorganized matter, or which marks the ermination of the former and the commencement of the animal empire.
The four Eastern States, from all the causes that form the links of national sympathy and connection, may with certainty be expected to unite.
But Jane could think with certainty on only one point-- that Mr.
Based on prospect theory (Kahneman & Tversky, 1979) and social impact theory (Latane, 1981), we integrated two certainty effects: one-phase discount with certainty effect (CE1) and two-phase discount with certainty effect (CE2), and three noninteractive social influences: number, proximity, and strength into impulse buying intention, and examined the relationships between impulse buying tendency and impulse buying intention and between impulse buying intention and the two certainty effects of price discount (CE1 and CE2), and impulse buying intention with three social forces of number, proximity, and strength, and price discounts.
At [t.sub.1] after the toss [P.sub.1](h) = 1 before reaching [t.sub.2] at which point they can no longer remember with certainty that heads resulted due to some manipulation of their memory and therefore make the assignment [P.sub.2](h) < 1.
This decision will enable industry to move on and make much-needed investment decisions with certainty.
However, although the tests revealed with certainty that the remains are those of Bolivar, the cause or causes of his death - which has traditionally been attributed to tuberculosis, although there are those who claim that he was assassinated, among them Chavez - did not emerge from the studies.
By changing this measurement date, the value of the acquirer stock is known and, thus, the measurement can be determined with certainty. However, as discussed below, this guarantee comes at a price--lost flexibility in modifying the negotiated consideration.
At such times, human beings know with certainty that they have a spiritual life which originates in their innate nature.
There are additional items in the population that are not large enough to require sampling with certainty but are large enough that they are selected with greater frequency because of their importance in reducing sampling variability.