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moral

Law (of evidence, etc.) based on a knowledge of the tendencies of human nature

MORAL

Mentioned in "An Overview of Ada", J.G.P. Barnes, Soft Prac & Exp 10:851-887 (1980).
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Cristobal de Morales is a welcome assessment of Morales scholarship today.
Manuel Morales Olivera resigned at the president's request because of the scandal regarding errors in renegotiated gas contracts with multinational corporations.
Morales will not need surgery for his left knee injury, and he will report to Arizona next week for a rehabilitation assignment ahead of spring training.
In front of a frenzied Saturday night crowd of 18,276, Morales was floored three times in a thrilling fight.
The answer is that Morales is more important for what he represents than for the position he holds, and he knows it.
Since at least the mid 1990s, Morales has been a member of the Sao Paulo Forum, the notorious international terrorist conference whose most celebrated leaders include Fidel Castro, Hugo Chavez, and Brazil's President Lula da Silva.
That path has led Morales to the halls of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he was a postdoctoral scholar and a research scientist at the MIT-Kavli Institute for Astrophysics and Space Research.
Morales, 53 and from Tamworth, Staffordshire, missed further court appearances by repeatedly claiming he was sick.
Morales spends roughly five months out of the year developing business in foreign countries.
Barrera claimed the WBC superfeatherweight title this weekend with a majority points decision over old adversary Morales at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
The bout, which takes place in the early hours of tomorrow morning in Las Vegas, is for the vacant WBC featherweight crown that Morales lost to Marco Antonio Barrera in June.