Oriented in east-west direction the external walls of fortified complex measure
48x33 meter while internal walls measure 47x30 meters and their thickness ranged between 1.10 to 1.70 meters, it said.
In their zeal to make it easier for individual credit unions to understand how the proposed rule would affect them, NCUA has oversimplified a very complex measure
. Also, having the calculator publicly available could lead to unfair reputational harm and general misunderstandings of a credit union's health, especially for those credit unions that would see a drop in their capitalization classifications under the proposed rule.
The importance of a complex measure
of well-being represents an active concern for policy makers worldwide.
It is a complex measure
of an unprecedented nature and scale.
While the classification "Latino" is a broad and complex measure
of race and ethnicity, the increase signals a significant demographic shift that will impact every aspect of American social, economic and political culture.
The CEI is a more complex measure
([beginning receivables + (credit sales/days or months in period) - ending total receivables] divided by [beginning receivables + (credit sales/days or months in period) - ending
A trap in designing such a complex measure
is that the index will reflect what the designer expects to see, and unfortunately Anielski falls into this trap.
Then [[mu].sub.n] is a countably additive, regular complex measure
with compact support contained in K(see the proof of Singer's theorem in (2)).
The ADA is a complex measure
too convoluted to fully flesh out here.
It is, however, a complex measure
that means very little to the average person.
Initially, there was a relatively complex measure
of EVA involving several adjustments to the Gaap figures.
This measure of poverty is a complex measure
involving family size and size of geographic area of residence.