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able to reason validly

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using or skilled in using analysis (i.e., separating a whole--intellectual or substantial--into its elemental parts or basic principles)

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of a proposition that is necessarily true independent of fact or experience

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While normally sympathetic to the liberal "politically correct" impulse not to offend, I find this to be a moment of analytically unsustainable compromise.
This discipline, financial engineering, approaches complex risks by analytically breaking them into more fundamental units that can be measured, priced and recombined.
introduced a platform for serving analytically based, context-sensitive customer information to real-time marketing channels.
As far as fixed site amusement ride injury tracking is concerned, the year 1997 should thus probably be regarded analytically as the starting point for a new trend analysis arising from CPSC's newly redesigned sample, rather than the continuation of an existing trend line.
Now critic and poet Frederick Turner has joined the debate with his original and provocative book Shakespeare's Twenty-First Century Economics, making analytically and seriously the point that Shakespeare in Love made intuitively and comically.
By focusing on consensus building as analytically central to the transition process, El-Mikawy picks up an original and fruitful vein in the theoretical debate about the politics of transition and democracy.
To recruit staff who can approach problems analytically, Butterfield involves a number of people in the interview process so they can make use of a range of questions and interviewing styles.
Analytically, however, the CIT is similar to the credit-invoice value-added tax, which is common in Europe and resembles a sophisticated federal sales tax.
For example, in your organization the role of a successful salesperson may require the ability to listen analytically and raise questions when necessary.
The transport equations can be solved analytically if the chemical rate equations are assumed to be first order in the concentrations of reacting species, and if the subsurface and surface concentrations can be related to one another by a linear adsorption isotherm.
The study revealed that less analytically mature firms are much more likely to perceive their data sources as accurate and reliable than organizations with more developed analytic capabilities.
terms and conditions for details of the service are analytically given in the tender documents.
NEW YORK, July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- S&P Valuation and Risk Strategies, an independent and analytically separate business unit within Standard & Poor's that provides users with market intelligence and analytic insight for risk-driven investment analysis, in an effort to provide easily accessible information has added a number of enhancements to Valuations on the Global Credit Portal.
Macedonia needs a serious and analytically designed election project that would solve all ambiguities, she argues.