a priori probability

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a priori probability

[¦ā prē¦ȯr·ē ‚präb·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(mathematics)
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"It would be so easy to tell Miss Tilney that you had just been reminded of a prior engagement, and must only beg to put off the walk till Tuesday."
Told her you had sent me to say that, having just recollected a prior engagement of going to Clifton with us tomorrow, you could not have the pleasure of walking with her till Tuesday.
A's depressive symptoms, remote history of a prior suicide attempt by ingesting an OTC medication, and toxicologic evidence of ingesting a drug not prescribed to her.
The word "appoint" is synonymous with designate, so a surviving spouse with a power of appointment over trust property can transfer ownership of the stock (that is, designate a new owner) to anyone, including a subsequent spouse or children from a prior marriage.
95% of the corporation's stock is owned by, among others, individual employees performing covered services for the corporation (or by the estate of a prior employee who performed covered services for the corporation) (ownership test) (Sec.
(1) an item was included in gross income for a prior taxable year (or years) because it appeared that the taxpayer had an unrestricted right to such item;
The period between the date of a prior sale or exchange of property for which the taxpayer excluded gain under Sec.
1.1032-3 was issued May 12, 2000 on a prospective basis, the IRS will not challenge a taxpayer's position taken in a prior period that is consistent with the final regulations; see the preamble to TD 8883.