preferred values

preferred values

[pri′fərd ′val·yüz]
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182: An interesting idea: "G also has a tendency to remove or temper warnings against overwork or haste," implying that those might be preferred values in the translators' minds!
A way of emphasizing preferred values in decision space is to modify the range of variables, so the search could focus on the regions of interest.
ISLAMABAD -- Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Thursday said he always preferred values over power, adding that they were vindicated in toughest accountability in the past and will do the same in future.
The themes of the study were as follows: preferred values, duties and responsibilities, paths for teachers to follow, recommendations.
The median values of this ratio are comparable with preferred values given in the literature.
In addition to aforementioned affirmations, I answer affirmatively because of my personal experience: I am part of both Christian and constructivist meaning communities and unapologetically have preferred values and beliefs.
Each parameter can assume the number one to nine and these nine categories are related to the Renard preferred values (DIN 323).
The American students indicated a preference for three of the five values identified as functional but also ranked narcissism and other worldliness as third and fifth preferred values respectively.
In other words, the division of information is an aggregative consequence of individual-choice orderings under expansion--the countless decisions to trade-off some preferred values and ends for other preferred values and ends.
To make this notion work, companies must define themselves to clearly establish a culture of preferred values that can be adopted by all employees.
Despite expressing preferred values, neither restorative justice nor responsive regulation seek to establish who is to blame.