93-27, ambiguous case
law highlighted the courts' struggles with determining the timing of income recognition associated with carried interests.
The countries discussed are South Africa, China, North Korea, Japan, India, Pakistan, and "the ambiguous case
"The Moroccan authorities are seriously following this case and gave instructions to the prosecutor at the court of appeal in Marrakech to open an inquiry to elucidate the circumstances of this ambiguous case
," Communication Minister, government spokesman Khalid Naciri said on Thursday.
That is the only unshakeable fact in what the author tags "a book about a thoroughly ambiguous case
She asks the reader to consider intriguing "thought experiments," "what if" scenarios, and intentionally ambiguous case
Stephen says: "It's such an ambiguous case
. It's a mystery and, for me, that's what makes it fascinating and I hope makes it compelling and challenging viewing.
In experiment I with unambiguous case markers it is shown that the typically developing children proceed from animacy to the nominative (predominantly in coalition with the initial NP) to agreement, while in the second experiment with ambiguous case
markers these children turn from animacy to the initial NP and then to agreement.
That's the best you can expect of them if it's a truly ambiguous case
Supervisors scored significantly higher in moral sensitivity for the less ambiguous case
, breach of confidentiality, when compared with the more ambiguous dual relationship case.
Yet how successful Sillitoe will be in convincing them to 'listen to the natives' is difficult to predict, for the Wola seem to present an ambiguous case
of environmental wisdom.
A less ambiguous case
is that of the California suburbs of Rolling Hills, Indian Wells, Bradbury, and Hidden Hills.