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excessively unwilling to spend

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The aligned dataset consisted of 600 nucleotides with 193 variable sites which were parsimoniously informative.
loftini may be parsimoniously considered an autapomorphy.
Overall, the general three-dimensional structure of the one-child family in China obtained in the present study means that the interpersonal relationships in Chinese families can also be parsimoniously characterized by a few basic dimensions.
After first identifying and describing the factors of national character that most parsimoniously described our set of national character qualities, we employed a novel method for exploring the hierarchical structure of a set of rotated factors derived from the top-down factor analytic method recently proposed by Goldberg (2006).
Our bill included three very large glasses of red wine for me, whilst the rest of my table parsimoniously drank water.
The difference in MSPEs for the ST-AR model and a more parsimoniously parameterized VAR is often small, especially for short horizons; and the disaggregate AR can provide some (small) forecasting advantages over the more heavily parameterized ST-AR model at short horizons but is inferior at long horizons.
By contrast, profit that is parsimoniously invested 'affords maintenance to an additional number of productive hands', thereby diffusing consumption more widely and encouraging the circulation of capital upon which the 'natural progress of opulence' depends (Smith, 1976, 338).
Indeed, arbitrage-free NS models will parsimoniously and reliably represent the data generated by any Gaussian affine term structure model regardless of its true number of underlying factors and specification, and even non-arbitrage-free NS models will adequately capture the dynamics of the state variables.
At the experimental biology meeting, he presented data indicating that for mental performance, it's actually better to deliver glucose parsimoniously.
Increments between values are approximately 1/2 log unit and the resulting step size helps more carefully and parsimoniously allocate illuminance to tasks and spaces.
Thus, whatever insights overall MMPI-2 profile acuity can provide for predicting immediate membet care outcomes appears to be more parsimoniously obtained through referencing DEP scores.
Of the 800 bp obtained in the alignment for the shorter concatenated sequences, 654 well-aligned bp were used for phylogenetic analyses, of which 360 sites were invariant, 194 were parsimoniously informative, and 100 were uninformative.
To parsimoniously assess the uncertainty inherent to IT offshoring our proposed framework distinguishes between endogenous and exogenous uncertainties in relation to the IT offshoring decision.
The quality of light inside the subterranean stepped well is very different: with its gradually deepening floor and its intermediate pavilions, the stepwell never reveals more than a small part of itself at a time, parsimoniously.
1996), and it parsimoniously explains so-called learning without reinforcement.