dubiety


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But the big difference was that they made all and completely dictated the shape of the race, adding a degree of dubiety to the comparison.
It focuses on the moral dubiety of the city, its transgressive corners, its nights, its potential for strenuous sins.
Postmodern theories of knowledge are characterized by an emphasis on subjectivity and particularities rather than objectivity and universals, which leads to a dubiety regarding the possibility of achieving anything resembling objective truth or universally valid conclusions.
There may have been some dubiety about the winner, but the Dundee supporters don't care.
But there was no dubiety about Deuchar's front post header from a corner by Gavin Skelton.
It is, however, part of the picture that the lack of clarity is not exclusively attributable to the lack of research results or to the dubiety of research results.
Empirical results reported in economics journals should naturally invite skepticism--scientific inquiry embodies dubiety.
And had I had any doubt about why I decided to join Bill in this enterprise--we had already had our first battles with the dean and his representatives, the jealousies wafting over the quad from the English department, the resentments from the realm of the small-minded in academia, which I distrusted on account of its anti-art stance--reading the text of A Temple of Texts dispelled all dubiety.
knows this and encourages the attitude behind it by offering safe harbour to the taxpayer tempest-tossed on a sea of dubiety.
There is no doubt about the first group of four, little about the second group of six,but considerable dubiety about the final seven.
On the assumption that refiling in state court would only lead (again) to removal and dismissal, I have always regarded such a case as strong evidence of the dubiety of the view, taken in Sibaja and many other cases, that federal forum non conveniens law can be applied in a diversity case (in which state substantive law will be applied).
The dubiety of the concepts of perfect intelligence and "predictive battlespace awareness" are more troublesome, but they cannot be explored further in this article.
At one point he states "that a postmodern ethics will aspire to reticence, dubiety, critical modesty; not, that is, as 'virtues to be practised,' but as they characterize a set of epistemological procedures" (86, my emphasis).
Knowing the dubiety of this evidence, Dee devoted a dozen folios to proving the various activities of Brutus and Arthur in order to quell those who doubted their existence or actions, such as Polydore Vergil, who proclaimed in 1534 that the whole history of Arthur was a romantic legend.