I have probably lingered on this last story because it violates the norms of old age, of marriage; but this story seems to be the ambiguous
end of the other six stories.
This indicates that the more one agrees with pro taxpayer positions because of a reasonable basis, the lower the required percentage certainty for ambiguous
Hypothesis 3: Highly rejection-sensitive individuals will display different attentional characteristics toward threat cues in explicit rejection situations from the characteristics they display toward threat cues in ambiguous
heightened awareness of the self as a social object; Buss, 2012) anticipate a relatively negative response to ambiguous
teases posted on Facebook.
Like The Transformation of Ireland, Ambiguous
Republic interrogates its historical subject--principally the Irish state--from several angles.
This effect was demonstrated in situations when they were provoked in a way that was ambiguous
or not obvious.
The English word ambiguous
comes from a Latin word that originally meant to drive in both directions and is often used to describe a word or sentence that can be interpreted in two or more ways.
There is a wide range of more ambiguous
expressions, from which it is difficult to deduce the underlying emotional state.
genitalia are currently defined as disorders of sexual development (DSD) and constitute a complex, major, social and medical emergency which is fortunately very rare .
Men also generally prefer positions for which the "rules of wage determination" are left ambiguous
People are often willing to forgo significant amounts of money to avoid ambiguous
prospects in favor of risky prospects that are equivalent under expected utility (Charness and Gneezy 2010; Gilboa 2004; Halevy 2007; Satin and Weber 1993).
trees of size n are in bijection with permutations of size n with all their strict excedances at the beginning.