fewness


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the quality of being small in number

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Also the shops were able to make sell despite the fewness of customers.
The LMRA intends to shutdown its external services in the post offices of Budaiya and Hamad Town starting November in view of fewness of applications there and to boost the efficacy of other LMRA offices.
Despite all, the fewness of the studies made in sports branch in which jump is efficient or in which EMG records are taken during muscle contraction with maximum weight leads to lack of literature.
Multi-stage sampling technique was adopted in the sampling of these respondents in the following order; firstly, all the 12 Unity schools in the zone were selected due to their fewness.
Even in a town the size of Liverpool or Manchester you are struck by the fewness of the beggars.
Given the fewness, small area and uniqueness of SPNR of the republic, they deserve the most careful treatment.
Despite the solid $40 billion gap between Disney and its next lowest competitor, however, the market would appear to be a fairly stable oligopoly, according to Eichner's (1976) The Megacorp and Oligopoly characterization of the business hierarchy: "While superficially it is the fewness of the sellers that is the essential characteristic [of oligopoly], actually it is the recognized interdependence to which the fewness of the sellers gives rise that sets oligopoly apart from other types of market structure" (Eichner, 1976, p.
According to Confucius, rulers "are not worried about fewness, but worried about uneven distribution, not worried about scarcity, but worried about disquiet" (Pound, 1969, p.
For meeting the pastoral needs arising from the fewness of priestly vocations, married men could be allowed to receive not only diaconate, as it is the practice now, but also priesthood after due spiritual, theological, and pastoral formation.