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the act of distributing or the condition of being distributed

the passing out or spreading about of something

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In the past couple of decades, approaches derived from Grinnell's general paradigm have become quite popular in ecology and biogeography, taking advantage of rich lessons to be gained from understanding species' environmental requirements (ecological niches) and how they translate into distributional limitation.
Once all that was decided and issued by a distributional criteria, the government failed to disburse the money nine months into the year as stipulated by law.
To model the meaning of the MWEs and its parts, we use distributional semantics, which represents the word's meaning based on the distribution on its contexts in a corpus, assuming that similar words tend to appear in similar contexts [13].
In a previous study it is found that increasing spatial scales could decrease the distributional aggregation patterns of species (Chen
In educational setting the distributional justice would result in concern of for example: ensuring access to education ensuring gender balance equal curriculum choices and opportunities for further growth.
Policymakers often use taxes and subsidies on energy purchases to pursue distributional objectives even when such policies conflict with economic efficiency.
Law and neoclassical economics shares the classical era's belief in the certainty of law, its fixation with law as science, and its view that law need not be concerned with distributional consequences.
We were able to offset these trends through disciplined marketing and promotional programs and improved productivity and operational efficiencies at store and distributional levels.
While substantial attention has been paid to the macroeconomic consequences of government debt, less is understood about the distributional costs of servicing the debt.
One potential source of information that could lead to the strengthening of native, and the collapse of non-native, categories, is the distributional characteristics of the input (see Kuhl, 1993 for an early discussion of this possibility).
This report provides two new distributional records of pacas in Hidalgo and Tamaulipas, and discusses the likely northern distributional limits of the species in Mexico.
Second, the edited volume is also commendable for being able to characterize the underlying patterns and dynamics of political-economic changes with its topical approach, which is, selecting those timely and relevant regional issues such as poverty, industrialization and distributional issues pertaining to economic growth.
In today's rapidly globalizing world, the most important of these objectives - expressed in various ways through the political and policymaking process in a wide range of countries - are stability, distributional equity, and sustainability.
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