The market today is far too cluttered with articles, opinions and predictions that are not based on a sound bedrock of relevant, up-to-date and analysable
Thirdly, abstract adjectives are, as a general rule, more analysable
than concrete adjectives, which often convey meanings that cannot be decomposed lexically.
It's easily analysable
and it has good disclosure and good access to management.
The TwinFin appliance was reportedly chosen for its ability to efficiently manage massive data volumes generated by the smart grid meters and sensors, making it more accessible, analysable
and action-ready within minutes of receipt.
The appliance was chosen for its ability to efficiently manage massive data volumes generated by the smart grid meters and sensors, making it easily accessible and analysable
We hope that this will give investors more confidence that art, and our fund, is an investable, analysable
asset class, just like any other.
This separation of data into analysable
individual parts is called "parsing".
It is generally supposed, quite reasonably, that one who denies the existence of properties is obliged to believe that all sentences which seem to make reference to properties are analysable
into sentences which do not make reference to properties.
In contrast, the position advocated here is shared by those grammarians and psycholinguists who suggest that many idioms can be attributed an analysable
or decomposable semantic structure (cf.
Et lorsque Riffaterre dit que <<the largest analyzable corpus that we could conceive of in literature should be the text and nota collection of texts >>, il faut insister sur la distinction entre << analysable
>> et << generalisable >>.
So powerful is Western intellectual tradition in the story narrated in this book that even the authoritarian outlook of what purports to be peculiarly post-colonial, Javanese-centric, and militarist New Order is in fact indebted to and analysable
in terms of the ideas of Hegel.
French suffixes, seems to be sufficiently large at that time to warrant analysability.
Or take the fact that new kinds of sensors, cameras, ID tags and all kinds of other devices have scarcely begun to produce their computer-readable and analysable
The two dimensions are needed, Clark says, because "there seems to be nothing analysable
in the quality of a tone that makes it a tone from here rather than there" (61).
In a letter to Freud of 2907, Jung wrote that 'every properly analysable
case has something aesthetically beautiful about it'; in a letter to Lou Andreas-Salome of 1919, Freud described Leonardo da Vinci and a Memory of his Childhood as 'the only truly beautiful thing I have written'; and in a paper of 1957.