properness


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conformity to recognized standards, as of conduct or appearance

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(12) Mathematically, (fixed-wealth) properness is defined by the following property: [for all]w, [??], [??]:
(4) In a recent article, Keith David Howard questions the properness of the term "anti-Machiavellian," arguing that "although Spanish political writers of the seventeenth century damned Machiavelli rhetorically, in their own practical counsel to the king they adopted the same vocabulary Machiavelli had employed to discuss political contingency in The Prince and Discourses on Livy (1530).
The lab notebook shows the properness of the research, and is a sound proof of good laboratory practice with experimental outcomes of success or failures.
The reporting centered on the properness of the police interrogation, particularly whether the confession was coerced.
(14) For her, Christology is better named "Christolatry" since it idolizes and glorifies the male sex, providing "one more legitimation of male superiority." (15) All in all, the language and related imagery of Father and Son appear to reinforce rather than challenge the properness and theological appropriateness of patriarchy.
It means we're proud of our country, our tolerance (in the main), our fortitude, our properness and our ability to throw a bash on nothing more than tea and a Battenburg.
In turn, the reading straight in a direct course gave rise in the fourteenth century to the reading in the proper course (example 27), which links up with the moral readings having to do with properness.
At the same time, properness is a visible marker on the female body.
They are high browed, overly dressed sticklers for manners and properness. This is unfortunate for the three children who must be on their best behaviour for them.
In the Arab world, the current awakening that is finally spreading all across the region is providing ample proof for the properness and legitimacy of the wisdom that says success lies in knowing when to stop.
(61) Counterinsurgency operations, on the other hand, compel a double assessment of civilian casualties and civilian property damage, first, for their impact on the counterinsurgency mission, and second, as an independent but necessary factor for subjective evaluation of "properness." (62)
(47.) Kimberly Christen, "Tracking Properness: Repackaging Culture in a Remote Australian Town" Cultural Anthropology 21, no.
Football has always caused a stir in social properness since the English came up with hooliganism in the late 1950s and early 1960s.