And this unavoidable inaccuracy must be greater or less, according to the complexity and novelty of the objects defined
Pfuel and his adherents demanded a retirement into the depths of the country in accordance with precise laws defined
by a pseudo-theory of war, and they saw only barbarism, ignorance, or evil intention in every deviation from that theory.
A light snow had fallen, obliterating the path, but making the young man's trail conspicuous; each footprint was plainly defined.
The stars were shining; there was not a cloud in the sky; he was denied the explanation which had suggested itself, doubtful as it would have been--a new snowfall with a limit so plainly defined.
Grecian and will not be defined
in this standard English dictionary.
But I will pass over this way of escaping from the difficulty; for I believe that many perfectly defined
species have been formed on strictly continuous areas; though I do not doubt that the formerly broken condition of areas now continuous has played an important part in the formation of new species, more especially with freely-crossing and wandering animals.
Mnemic phenomena" are defined
as those due to engrams; in animals, they are specially associated with the nervous system, but not exclusively, even in man.
You want a man's work, too, always to have a defined
aim, and love and family life always to be undivided--and that's not how it is.
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For financial reporting purposes, a plan of involuntary termination is defined
as a plan that (a) identifies, at a minimum, the number of employees to be terminated, the job classifications or functions that will be affected and their locations, and when the terminations are expected to occur and (b) establishes the terms of the termination benefits in sufficient detail to enable employees to determine the type and amount of benefits they will receive if they are involuntarily terminated.
We must modernize our public employee retirement plans by adopting the defined
contribution 401(k)-type programs currently used by most private employers and many public agencies.
However, the court found a prohibited reduction, by interpreting "rate of benefit accrual" to mean the rate at which the participant's accrued benefit, as defined
Robert Blancato, a member of the planning committee for next year's White House Conference on Aging, described the policy changes as "Las Vegas-style" reforms, in which the "entitlement" for Americans would be a gambling chip rather than a defined
benefit pension plans have taken a backseat--in perception if not in reality--to their defined
contribution counterparts for the better part of the past two decades.
To be helpful and facilitating for health-promoting behavior change, success must be defined
in terms that make sense for each patient and what is realistically achievable for them.