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guess

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a rough or tentative calculation

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the quality of coming near to identity (especially close in quantity)

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an imprecise or incomplete account

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the act of bringing near or bringing together especially the cut edges of tissue

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n] approximatively increases at a rate [square root of n].
For K=90 (in the money call), the probability that the CPPI portfolio value is higher than the OBPI one is approximatively 0.
This new production will generate sales of over $ 600 000 in the first year and approximatively $ 800 000 in the second year.
The program aims to distribute meals to approximatively 230,000 schoolchildren during two school years 2013-2014, 2014-2015 which is helping to increase attendance at the primary school level, and improve children~s learning capacity.
Each part will be cleaving on a polyurethane parallelepiped, shaped as a sandwich-beam, having approximatively the same mass with the initial beam.
Then the axial velocity and stress become approximatively uniform over the cross section.
Sequoia, devoted to the development of metals and industrial minerals, had an annual income of approximatively $ 45 M, employing approximatively 300 people.
With each reactor weighing some 30 tonnes and both measuring approximatively 3.
It was thus found that: i) the yield behavior is approximatively described by the Von Mises criterion, so that the "equivalent" stress/strain curves match for the two loading modes up an equivalent strain of about 0.
Car-Tel distribution Inc is a privately owned marketing company based in Montreal, Canada, with a sales force of more than 35 technology trained representatives, currently generating approximatively 30M$ (USD) in annual sales.
Since the wavelength of the fluctuations, A, corresponding approximatively to two times the diameter of the phase domains, is related to the wavenumber q ([Lambda] = 2[Pi]/q), one can define a minimum wavelength of fluctuations that can grow, [[Lambda].