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conformity to recognized standards, as of conduct or appearance

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All in all, the term right has been found to express the notions of properness, straightness and exactness (into proximal future), in all cases pointing towards uptoning and emphatic uses that intersect with the semantics of just.
The [pi] test is a useful tool to determine the properness of a OPC problem.
Understanding how display features and eye movement characteristics are related to search time in visual search tasks would allow one to evaluate the properness of the display layout or format using eye movement characteristics.
Maybe because I was born in freedom and raised in a household of properness and had a good, solid education in many disciplines, it did not occur to me that I would ever be considered less valuable than anyone else or discriminated against simply because I was a displaced victim of war.
Due to the damages of buildings and infrastructures, these facilities need to be evaluated for future use and properness.
13) Royle defines "the uncanny [as] a crisis of the proper: it entails a critical disturbance of what is proper (from the Latin proprius, 'own'), a disturbance of the very idea of personal or private property including the properness of proper names, one's so-called 'own' name, but also the proper names of others, of places, institutions and events.
tous les prelevements textuels] ne sont pas appliques a la surface ou dans les interstices d'un texte qui existerait deja sans eux" (La dissemination 431-32) ["The graft is not something that happens to the properness of the thing .
58) The CPC also provides habeas corpus for the arrested or detained suspect to review the legality and properness of the arrest or detention.
A necessary condition for properness is decreasing absolute risk aversion (DARA).
As was noted in passing, there are many equilibria in these voting games, all of which satisfy standard refinement criteria, such as perfection, properness, and stability.
Properness may depend on the environment: in some environments 1 ?
But the really weird thing about Zandra Rhodes is that underneath that pink foliage, the faded glitz and the cat's eyes make-up, there lurks an old fashioned gal who never drinks, wants to be liked and who has a prim properness that would befit a librarian.
They are less concerned with properness and linguistic structures than they are with effectiveness and rhetorical structures.
In the literature there is some ambiguity about column properness and column reducedness.
Chapter One reviews key concepts and results from eductive game theory, such as mixed strategy payoff functions and their geometric interpretation, Nash equilibria, and refinements such as perfection, properness, strict perfection, essentiality, and strategic stability.