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covering all aspects with painstaking accuracy

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performed comprehensively and completely

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It must be remembered that reparation is a social process that must compensate the victims of the conflict comprehensively, taking into account the characteristics of munificence, irrevocability, exhaustiveness, integrity, complexity, scope and coverage.
There is little disagreement, however, as regards the "general content" of the exhaustiveness inference: the literature in general assumes that it looks like what is encoded in (2b).
Crucially, however, he is not told to record vyavahara specifically, which, given the exhaustiveness of the list, could easily have been enumerated.
Similarly, national treatment is the highest standard of treatment and so does not represent a true contingency, as indicated by the brackets around it in the table; it is included for the sake of exhaustiveness.
What Ingrao deplores is what he perceives as overly empiricist studies with their belief in archival exhaustiveness verging on "neo-positivism" (p.
Additionally, the supply-use framework which is central to annual national accounts compilation in GCC countries, unobserved economy and informal sector, exhaustiveness of national accounts, integrated data collection strategy for SUT and annual national accounts will also be discussed.
The characteristics of a good information source are timelessness, accuracy, relevance, cost effectiveness, trustworthiness, usability, exhaustiveness and aggregation level (Statrasts, 2004).
In fact, some wittings and texts have been written for more familiarity with it, the necessity of becoming familiar with it, the prerequisites of this familiarity as well as the current and future needs for its development and exhaustiveness.
4) Although exhaustiveness is not required in this respect, other significant anthologies of translation have been omitted in Ballesteros's account.
It is this exhaustiveness in terms of the breadth of criticism and the length of the time period covered that keeps Rixon from addressing some other elements that I, for one, would have liked to have seen.
In the present edition, this exhaustiveness is frequently pointless.
2007), "Improving Exhaustiveness of GDP in India", The Journal of Income and Wealth, 29 (2), July-December:7-79
By emphasizing the presence of these textual formulas outside the context of China, I see them as indirect pointers to the exhaustiveness of the China-related passages and I also take them as signaling a certain teleological effect: I, friar Odoric, refrain from telling everything I could about my travels to China because my actual purpose is telling you about China itself or about the Great Khan (see Dathorne 88; Rachewiltz 180).