properness


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conformity to recognized standards, as of conduct or appearance

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The following properness constraints must be satisfied: [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] = 1.
We now state a formal definition of properness, following Bailey (1973).
But in Uncivilised, Beatrice has a more missionary-like properness.
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.
A necessary condition for properness is decreasing absolute risk aversion (DARA).