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fair to all parties as dictated by reason and conscience

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Shannon diversity, equitability, and dominance indices of pooled data and of data for each season were similar in all agroforestry classes (Table 3).
It is expected that negotiating parties will discuss financial and nonfinancial contributions during technical planning and negotiation sessions to establish the method of calculation for equitability determination.
Results of nested ANOVA for abundance (N) and number of taxa (S) for all taxa and main taxonomic groups separately, Margalef species richness (d), Shannon-Wiener (H), Pielou's equitability (J) and biomass, average taxonomic distinctness ([[DELTA].
Highest richness for diversity of families of Diptera was in August; nonetheless, equitability was low.
The values of species richness (S), Shannon-Wiener diversity (H') and equitability (E) were estimated for each period, using the Pc-ORD statistical program (McCUNE; MEFFORD, 1997).
With respect to non-judicial mechanisms, the SRSG describes the following essential elements: legitimacy, accessibility, predictability, equitability, rights-compatibility, and transparency.
We believe there must be equitability in everything we do and maintain a strong ethical focus, from fair contracts with our members through to how we treat the people who pack our milk and the way we support local communities and celebrate our Welsh heritage," said Mr Miles.
In addition, there is the once-in-four-year meet of the International Congress of Peer Review in Biomedical Research (4), a unique and unparallel event in scholarly communication to improve the quality and credibility of biomedical peer review and publication and to help advance the efficiency, effectiveness, and equitability of the dissemination of biomedical information throughout the world.
The book considers the impact of cost-sharing on institutional finance, capacity, and quality as well as its effect on the social equitability of access to higher education.
Toren and Klaus (1987) examined the degree to which the numbers of women in a workplace related to the size of the workplace and found a direct relationship between equitability of treatment and smallness of workplace size.
Metabolic diversity parameters, such as Shannon's substrate diversity index (H') and substrate evenness (E), equitability of activities across all utilised substrates were calculated according to Zak et al.
Growth isn't the problem, but governance and equitability.
The budget, as stated, seeks to obtain the twin purposes of stabilization of the economy with a human face and also achieve growth with equitability.
Local Labour Party members set up a stall in Blyth town centre and collected nearly 300 names on a petition aimed at ensuring Northumberland councillors oppose any such proposals Blyth Valley MP Ronnie Campbell said: "Unfortunately the county council have not got a very good record as far as this part of Northumberland goes when talking about equitability.