(1) As I argued in my article (Schlinger, 2009), auditory imagining is parsimoniously
interpreted as subvocal talking when imagining hearing speech, and subvocal singing or humming when imagining hearing music.
Of the 984 sites used in the analysis, the number of variable sites within Group A was 37; 23 of these polymorphisms were singleton mutations with two variants and 14 were parsimoniously
informative with two variants.
The data revealed 265 variable positions in COI nucleotide sequences with 121 variable positions were parsimoniously
informative in COI genes.
He should be reminding his fellow French citizens that defeating the Islamic State will come about in this"homeland of the rights of man" only through respect for democracy and our historic openness to foreigners, immigrants, people fleeing persecution " the people France has admitted only parsimoniously
during Europe's migrant crisis.
These experiences contrast with basic guidelines for scholarly writers to communicate parsimoniously
and clearly--less is more.
Given investment constraint and time budget, associated expenditure and lag structure may have significance to pull an economy parsimoniously
from low per capita income of lower level equilibrium.
We can either live it parsimoniously
, with our noses pressed against the bottom line, or we can allow ourselves to be happy.
A theory about a phenomenon, such as nurse decision making, parsimoniously
explains how nurses make decisions in the practice setting.
Trying to have it both ways - humungous local authorities run by overstretched, parsimoniously
paid part-timers - is a recipe for poor quality government and a betrayal of local democracy.
conceptualize voting as self-expressive social behavior that is influenced by events occurring before and after the actual moment of casting a vote, explaining existing behavioral research that does not parsimoniously
fit within the more traditional models of voting and identifying several additional factors that may affect people's likelihoods of voting.
Martin (1998) has summarized these interpretations by referring to sense of humor parsimoniously
, as 'a personality trait or individual difference variable (or, more likely, a family of related traits or variables)' which includes the ability to appreciate, create and comprehend humor.
The Stedelijk officially increased its exhibition space by SO percent, but its public spaces remain parsimoniously
Politically required and parsimoniously
He used military force far more parsimoniously
. There has been a strategic pivot away from the Middle East towards Asia.
Some of the small leftist and Nasserist parties went beyond the pale of decency and common sense in vilifying the Islamists for winning "more seats than they should" as if the Islamists were supposed to ask the voters to vote for them sparingly or parsimoniously