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Synonyms for numerosity

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Yet our inborn numerosity hardly guarantees mathematical proficiency, and can sometimes work against us.
Discrimination and representation of relative numerosity in a bisection task by pigeons.
The continuous qualities present a real staring-at-the-ceiling, heavy-sigh challenge for anyone inventing a numerosity test.
32) The Committee assigned four "well-agreed" elements required of all class actions--the familiar numerosity, commonality, typicality, and adequacy prerequisites of Rule 23(a).
PAGA contains no requirements of numerosity, commonality, or typicality.
satisfied Rule 23(a)'s numerosity, commonality, representativeness,
Rule 23 provides an exception to this principle, allowing one party to litigate on behalf of a class of rightholders when, among other things, a court determines that the rule's numerosity, commonality, typicality, and adequacy of representation requirements are satisfied.
They created a new framework requiring that all class actions must satisfy the prerequisites of numerosity, commonality, typicality, and adequacy of representation, (51) and must also fit within one of four class-action subtypes.
However, four prerequisites must be present before a lawsuit can be certified a class action: numerosity, commonality, typicality, and adequacy.
29) In addition to pure numerosity, the firms quickly exploited other ways to stay ahead through the use of order types and colocation.
Burani, Thornton, Iacobini & Laudanna (1995) call this variable numerosity, and demonstrate a very high positive correlation with calculations based on tokens.
However, even with a small infestation of the population, it may be sufficient to maintain opisthorchiasis foci, as opisthorchis larvae's parthenogenetic reproduction occurs in the shellfish body for a long time, resulting in the multiple increase in the numerosity and displacement forms of cercariae.
Courts have ruled that a failsafe class fails to establish numerosity, given that there will be no class members if the plaintiffs lose.
These include, inter alia, stricter class definition standards, (301) greater scrutiny of numerosity, (302) and elevated concern over adequacy of representation.
Thriving agriculture and artisanship, good schools for the young generation, numerosity of marriages, colonization of thinly inhabited territories, and welcoming neighboring nations to join in one state are means of increasing the population of the state.