Its solemn High Masses and seasonal liturgy can rightfully be called works of naive
art and expressions of noncommercial, nonmass-produced, authentic culture.
Vaccinations of the naive
partner occurred at baseline, 1 month, and 6 months; the couples were followed for 19 months.
Under the assumption that forecast errors are symmetrically distributed about the forecast, the naive
model provides no information about future inflation; it is no better than a coin flip at predicting the future direction of inflation.
Judging from the MAPE values in Table 1 (total tourist arrivals), naive
II is the best among the five techniques with period 1 as the estimation period.
stem cells would be a boon to both basic research and to medical applications of stem cells, such as growing tissue for organ replacement.
Critique: Exceptionally well written and an inherently fascinating read from beginning to end, "The Naive
Guys: A Memoir of Friendship, Love and Tech in the Early 1990s" is an original work of absorbing and entertaining fiction that documents novelist Harry Patz Jr.
I certainly feel a better assistant manager sitting here going into my fourth derby game than I did as a naive
assistant manager going into the first because I don't think anyone can ever give you any indication of what a Merseyside derby is until you have experienced it.
Logical Properties and Structural Properties, ELIA ZARDINI
I'd like to think that cricket was clean at the moment, but I think I'd be naive
to think that.
Then, if you play the other way, they say you are naive
attempts of Macedonian sportspersons to take part and not win are a naive
lie, Naum Kotevski comments for Utrinski vesnik.
teenager who acted as a drug-runner and supplied undercover police officers with Class-A substances has been jailed.