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Despite the intemperate ad hominem o f Cobbett and a host of other ideological opponents of Malthus, whose first biographer described him as "the best abused man of his age," they nevertheless had grasped the anomoly of a minister's sounding at least as impersonal and impassive toward human suffering as Swift's Modest Proposer.
The author then outlined his opinion that the situation of Blacks in America is something of an anomoly.
Hershkoff's point, an anomoly of the absorption of Puerto Rico is that it is harder to explain in terms of classic economic imperialism than is, say, the rather ruthless takeover of the formally independent monarchy of Hawaii during the same period.
In our data, it appears that the inclusion of rank as a form of equity drove this anomoly - when rank was not collapsed under the rubric of equity, the results suggested equity rules were used more frequently to allocate universal than particularistic resources.
The efficient markets hypothesis suggests that stock prices reflect information about performance expectations quickly, thus performance trends lasting more than a few days are an anomoly.
Like Rawls himself, we regard the theocrat's claims as a fundamental challenge to political liberalism that must be answered and not simply ignored as an anomoly.
Interestingly, health service wage payments grew even faster than employment (an anomoly among many service sectors), suggesting that jobs in this category continue to offer relatively high salaries.
Sarajane Love, Imperfect Gifts as Declarations of Trust: An Unapologetic Anomoly, 67 KY.