The first object of tactics is to close with the adversary on terms of the greatest possible advantage; yet no hard-and-fast rules can be drawn from experience, for this capital reason, amongst others - that the quality of the adversary is a variable element
in the problem.
i) Limitations of the variable element
But they may announce a variable element
to repayments depending on the salary a graduate earns.
Checking for 10 abnormal results in a sequence, however, is actually just an application of a Westgard concept to patient results with relevant adaptation due to the fact that a more highly variable element
such as patient results is being dealt with rather than results of a fixed control material.
Separating the base and process loads is often a difficult task because many loads have both a fixed and a variable element
8m Euros plus a variable element
which is subject to and based upon the performance of the business.
The beans' temperature evolution was the only variable element
Bridgeman, a research chemist in a previous working life, revealed that financing racing's new link with a private drug-testing service was built around a fixed element, "with a reasonable cost-of-living increase," a variable element
per sample, and a research contract.
A: Windfall payments will comprise a fixed element covering compensation for loss of membership rights, plus a variable element
reflecting how long a policy has been held and the amount invested in it.
Tim Fitch, director of individual life product development, said the variable element
actually is the equivalent of a Roth IRA in that a contract owner could access the cash value tax-free through loans.
As usual, there is no "right" answer to this question as the international fee structure is probably the most variable element
of the franchise offer.
Stutzman, "Wideband Arrays with Variable Element
Sizes," IEEE Proceedings Part H: Microwave, Antennas and Propagation, Vol.