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an expression whose meaning cannot be determined from its context

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Referring to our research question, the cross-lagged path between task ambiguity (t1) and state procrastination (t2) should be significant, whereas the other cross-lagged path between task ambiguity (t2) and state procrastination (t1) must not be significant.
Means, standard deviations and bivariate correlations of age, sex, task ambiguity and state procrastination at both measurements are presented in table 1.
Behavioral economics documents many cognitive biases, leading employees to overinvest in their company stocks, but has never included ambiguity aversion as one of them.
To the best of our knowledge, no study to date has investigated ambiguity aversion, either theoretically or empirically.
Though the importance of the ambiguity inquiry in statutory interpretation is well documented, (6) there is no established method governing the judge's threshold determination of ambiguity versus clarity.
(10) Part I discusses recent cases decided by the Roberts Court that demonstrate the difficulties with the current jurisprudential approach to the clarity versus ambiguity determination.
The accuracy and stability of NRTK are considerably affected by the ambiguity resolution of the carrier phases [9-11].
It is generally known that the integer ambiguity resolution is essential for high-accuracy NRTK solutions based on the carrier phase observations.
Ambiguity has often been analyzed in the context of language.
Although the literature has recognized the negative consequences of knowledge ambiguity, we have a rather incomplete understanding of what factors might increase or decrease knowledge ambiguity, how it restrains knowledge acquisition from foreign partners, and what firms should do to avoid knowledge ambiguity and its negative consequences in the context of international strategic alliances.
They aim to demonstrate that not only awareness but also acceptance of, and even respect for, ambiguity, in both art and psychoanalysis is profoundly liberating.
Jay Batongbacal, director of the University of the Philippines' Institute for Maritime Affairs and Law of the Sea, told reporters on Tuesday that he agreed with Locsin that ambiguity was a deterrent, though he also agreed that the treaty must be reviewed.
[U.S.A.], June 13 ( ANI ): People are more likely to trust and cooperate if they can tolerate ambiguity, a new research has claimed.
However, the interpretive presumption operates only when there is ambiguity in the legislative text.