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covering all aspects with painstaking accuracy

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performed comprehensively and completely

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Kelley manages to maintain total commitments to exhaustiveness, critical perspective, and to the Monk family throughout in what occasionally feels like a highwire act.
Redundancy and exhaustiveness were tracked when categorizing the
Assumptions of independence, exhaustiveness and mutual exclusivity, and minimum cell size were considered prior to chi-square analysis.
Without pretending to bibliographical exhaustiveness, one should also mention the general panoramas in the 1995 issue of the journal Annali d 'italianistica devoted to Women Mystic Writers, as well as the 2007 issue of the same journal entitled Literature, Religion, and the Sacred; more recently, Mazzanti, and more analogically Campedelli.
The very exhaustiveness of the archive, along with the emphasis on minutiae in the commentaries by informant senders and receiving bureaucrats on the included documents, can be understood to highlight the inadequacy of the governmental account to its object, and therefore also to the affect of which the archive is a projection.
They are merely suggestive and make no pretense to exhaustiveness.
Moreover, in Paris he introduced a second new theme: that his work on eye diseases in blacks and mulattos, despite its exhaustiveness, was not particularly notable because, alongside the fact that it refuted the notion of new or specific illnesses in different races, it proved that "diseases of the eye suffered in the Island of Cuba, despite its warm climate, do not differ from those suffered in other countries" (Fernandez 1901, 6-7).
Rhodes has called one of his previous books, The Power of Eloquence and English Renaissance Literature, a "long essay": a tentative attempt at synthesis without any pretensions to exhaustiveness.
These three exhaustiveness properties find their expression in (9i)-(9iii).
The exhaustiveness of Trendall's research was owed in large part to his indefatigable interest in travelling across the globe to see vases in person.
As a result of this integration, the following components form part of TRIZ: (a) Methods of reducing psychological inertia (b) Team work (c) Methods of collecting and organizing knowledge about a problem and the system in which it resides (Ideation's ISQ) ; (d) Functional analysis (enhanced and implemented in the technique of Problem Formulation) (e) Morphological approach (used to ensure the exhaustiveness of the ideas developed) (f) Evolutionary approach (Patterns/Lines of Technological Evolution) and (g) Innovation knowledge-base approach (various knowledge-base tools).
McPhee describes, with an exhaustiveness remarkable in just over two hundred pages of text, the many issues that touched rural lives: the local consequences of opening government and administration to "new men," the extent to which legislation on divorce and inheritance altered the distribution of wealth and power within families, the divisiveness of religious change and war, and--in some of the book's most original sections--the environmental impact of land reform.
On the other hand, totality reduplication expresses exhaustiveness of a set, having the same function as universal quantifiers koik 'all' and iga 'every'; the set is interpreted as an amount of determinate countable elements, e.
The inadequacies and impoliticness of the term "folklore" have been highlighted in debates over a number of years, and indeed, the name of the discipline has been examined with encyclopaedic exhaustiveness.
First, the importance of choosing an appropriate measure of wages is discussed and two criteria for selecting an appropriate measure are developed: exhaustiveness and comprehensiveness.