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a Roman Catholic system of casuistry that when expert opinions differ an actor can follow any solidly probable opinion that he wishes even though some different opinion might be more probable

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(philosophy) the doctrine that (since certainty is unattainable) probability is a sufficient basis for belief and action

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The ability to probabilistically simulate multimedia exposures for the U.
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They impose costs on firing and thus, probabilistically, on hiring.
We first build a probabilistically correlated failure model based on the multiple BP strategy.
EF studies have revealed the following practical probabilistically deterministic specifics of the prevalent mass-produced electronics EF (cited here as EF-tailored Juran's rules) [31, 32, 33]:
As noted in 14-196,1 interpret this as Adams' saying that at bottom it's all a play of chance, unknowable except probabilistically.
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