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17: All soft neutrosophic biideals are trivially soft neutrosophic subbirings.
However, the problem is that if that were his actual proposal, it would make all trans-world counterfactuals trivially false, precisely for the reasons Lewis had already foreseen in his (1986), when he wrote:
From which, in the same style of symbolization, it trivially follows that, necessarily, as a theorem of predicate-quantificational logic:
The fact that perspectival anthropocentrism cannot be avoided (by human beings)--not even by moral realists--makes it trivially true.
as well as, trivially, any verb whose past tense is homonymous or homophonous with itself, such as "bet," "fit," "hit," "pet," "rid," etc.
This result also trivially applies to vector error correction models.
In fact, there is a gradual and smooth decline in growth rates as debt/GDP ratios increase--80 percent looks only trivially better than 100 percent.
In Botella's work, metamorphosis asserts itself as fundamental in, for instance, the transformation of painting into sculpture by rolling a sheet of round silicone into a cone, then filling it with paste and cutting it into slices that look like marble but also evoke MRI brain maps or, more trivially in 3487 (G.
The gardens mentioned demonstrated, perhaps trivially, what was stated by philosopher Walter Benjamin: There has never been a document of culture, which is not simultaneously one of barbarism".
Gattu belongs to an emerging bunch of children's films in Bollywood that does not treat its target audience trivially as the genre often did till not long ago.
Michael Miller, speaking before the May 10 March for Life in Victoria, said that "abortion and other threats against life eat away at the moral fibre of civilization itself, leading it to return to a state of barbarism, where life is treated trivially.
Tripoli, Apr 6 ( ANI ) : Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, the son of Libya's former dictator Muammar Gaddafi, has been trivially charged with issues such as failure to license his camels, the UN human rights campaigners have claimed.
Benjamin Robertson's "Thinking Trivially About Radical Orthodoxy" contrasts McLuhan's historic account of the conflicts between "grammarians" and "dialecticians" with the modern review of intellectual history and call for a return to the Church Fathers by the Radical Orthodoxy movement.
The most active researchers teach nearly the average of all faculty; increasing teaching loads of others would trivially impact outside research support.
And collimation would be trivially easy if the only components involved were the eyepiece and primary mirror.