mutually exclusive events

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mutually exclusive events

[¦myü·chə·lē ik¦sklü·siv i′vens]
(statistics)
Two or more events such that the occurrence of any one makes impossible the occurrence of any of the others.
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2) The benefits of the Remington mutual exclusivity agreement, and 3) The advisory structure of Ashford Prime and Ashford Trust.
NZNO researcher Leonie Walker criticises the "flawed evaluation of a limited demonstration in one specific context" on a number of counts, including serious methodological flaws, especially the "lack of mutual exclusivity between comparison groups" and serious deficits in data sources.
Baracchi notes that Aristotle's insistence on "the mutual exclusivity of praxis and poieesis is suspect in light of the pervasiveness of the language of tekhne in the ethical discourse" (p.
The agreement includes a mutual exclusivity arrangement on "a right of first refusal basis" for the supply and import of granular urea fertilizer into the Brazilian market via FITCO Tradecom do Brazil Ltda.
Holloway finds it almost ironic how his two worlds have collided after so many years of both existing in mutual exclusivity.
Alternative came to imply a mutual exclusivity between these types of care and the regular practice of medicine.
Social scientists, for example, use the word paradigm loosely to describe competing theories, although often there is no sign of revolutionary change, or of mutual exclusivity or incommensurability.
Coundon Court School he also excelled at cricket but when he was 13 dropped the sport because of the mutual exclusivity in the technique of swinging a bat and swinging a club.
Despite the thick red line of humor that runs through his work, Finch's projects are always laced with the acute pathos of someone disappointed by both perception and language and by their mutual exclusivity and incompatibility.
Both companies have agreed to certain terms of mutual exclusivity during the negotiation period.
Virtual firewalls provide the same level of mutual exclusivity and security as their physical counterparts, yet multiple virtual firewalls can be hosted by one physical device.

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