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covering all aspects with painstaking accuracy

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performed comprehensively and completely

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The peripheral foot is rendered extrametrical since it does not violate the Exhaustivity Principle, i.
The principle of exhaustivity is demonstrated by the inclusion of "residual occupations" (occupations ending in "all other," such as business operations specialists, all other) which ensures that all jobs can be captured by the SOC structure.
This analytical procedure involved: (a) a pre-analysis: phase of the organization, systematization of ideas and constitution of the language corpus to observe the criteria for exhaustivity, representativity, homogeneity and pertinence; (b) exploration of the language corpus and (c) interpretation, understanding and description of the results.
By permutating either the columns or the rows of a bisquare you can alter the contents of the grid-locations without jeopardizing the principles of exhaustivity and nonrecurrence.
Thirty-three types of index languages were investigated starting with single terms and then adding word forms and synonyms; broader, related, and narrower terms; and term phrases, hierarchies, and combinations thereof, with alterations of levels of specificity and exhaustivity of indexing (Cleverdon, 1967).
He explains that the existence of an optimal solution is conditioned by three constraints: exclusivity, exhaustivity and transitivity of the actions.
Fearless, Page, aided by her cocurators, Francois Michaud and Jacqueline Munck, had no qualms about getting rid of the exhaustivity principle: The show was not about presenting Bonnard's whole, very long career from his Nabi debut to his glorious final years.
Not only is the article accurately pitched to the specialist and novice alike: the author, unlike some of the other contributors who allow themselves to be tempted by the devil of exhaustivity, limits his corpus to display the textual workings of Calvin's exegesis to full effect.
The problem here is not exhaustivity, for instance, Clark's lack of coverage of the present, post-Annales state of the debate in France, illustrated in books like Antoine Prost's Douze lemons sur l'histoire (Twelve lessons about history) (1996) and Gerard Noiriel's Sur la "crise" de l'histoire (On the crisis of history) (1996).
If exhaustivity is not an issue, almost any engine may do.
Noack appears to have deliberately chosen a more readable style of presentation and success with the general public, for which exhaustivity and originality would be relatively minor concerns.
The implications for the provision of information are obvious: exhaustivity is not called for and the manager will be satisfied with what he/she perceives to be the main facts and ideas bearing on the problem at hand.
In the framework of its valuation work, BNP Paribas has not checked the authenticity, thoroughness, exhaustivity and/or accuracy of all the information to which BNP Paribas has had access, as it did not enter into its assignment pursuant to the Mandate, and has assumed and relied, without assuming any responsibility for independent verification, upon the accuracy and completeness of all financial and other information and data publicly available or provided to or discussed with us by Endesa and that no relevant information in relation to the Company has been omitted or remains undisclosed to BNP Paribas.
Even though we will show evidence that the adjective does not leave the DP, let us consider also, for the sake of clarity and exhaustivity, the analysis where the DP escapes the DP; this will allow us to make the empirical advantages of our analysis explicit.