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Maths Logic (of a proof) making the validity of the successive steps completely explicit
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Statistics has its mathematical rules, an observation or interview script has its "logic" according to the objectives, a field diary also has its rigorousness requisites.
Firstly, our meticulous and collaborative approach to establishing our strategy and our rigorousness in implementing it.
Georgia's IT and project management experience has resulted in a robustness and rigorousness around the research and testing during the product's development.
Nowadays, Edita Keglerova is an esteemed musician and sought-after teacher, with her fortes including rigorousness, sensible distance and a sense of humour.
The anxiety which Moure attempts to assuage is rooted not in any lack of political conscious or philosophical rigorousness on her part but, rather, in philosophical exigencies: in the inconceivability of bridging the gap between what Kant describes as moral philosophy and dynamical philosophy (108-09).
The lack of rigorousness in their research process makes it difficult to assess the claims, eventually putting into question their conclusions, even when the oral tradition may be right.
It should be noted that this analysis of percentage change of optimized parameters serves to provide an upper limit on the rigorousness of the fabrication imperfections, since in reality not all the air holes are distorted from their optimum value or location in the same way, and some averaging effect is likely to occur.
MS You were comfortable with writing about the everyday, what's going on right in front of your nose, and you're well trained in the craft of not being cliched or sentimental about other subjects, so why not apply the same rigorousness to poems about motherhood?
The academic socialization that they received through institutional africology carries over into the workplace, where, as they acquire new job-related subjects and skills, they are able to manifest the curiosity, incisiveness, rigorousness, and openness that they acquired as students.
In practice, the conceptual idea that a minimum equity investment is essential to the success of a PPP project based on rules of thumb has been enhanced with scientific rigorousness.
Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs Kevin Washburn said the department believes it can make the tribal recognition process less costly and burdensome to tribes and more predictable and transparent without ''sacrificing rigorousness.
negative effects of GERD may be mild to moderate and even severe which depends on regularity and rigorousness of symptoms not on the existence of esophageal.