scarceness


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To which are added some few that have formerly appear'd in English, but do now for their excellence and scarceness deserve to be reprinted.
In contrast with the scarceness of the animus main characters in the Arthurian stories, we can tell that the anima archetypes abound.
"There is a dichotomy of endlessness and scarceness in New Mexico," says Jeff Andersen, artistic director of Albuquerque's Blackout Theatre.
Hartman prefers a frugality of spirit here rather than the spirits own distinctive scarceness, one testing the boundaries of pastoral itself.
As we watched the video of the "poor" children there, I became conscious that I was watching young people who presented incredible resourcefulness and generosity of spirit in the face of terrible scarceness.
In light of the significant uncertainty accompanying mortality predictions, the immunization effect should not be neglected as a potentially very effective method for hedging longevity risk, especially in view of the scarceness of alternative instruments.
THERE IS SCARCENESS Of 'ready now' CEOs to fill the numerous opportunities that exist in many industries (certainly in my industry of healthcare technology and services).
(7) The scarceness of data about the post economic recession period, joined to the fact that nobody really knows when it is going to end, will make this the object of study in later research.
Motivated by the scarceness of solutions to efficiently control packet delay for real-time traffic, Prabhavat et al.
These sensors are usually deployed into hostile environments (e.g., jungle, high sea, and militarized zones) and are characterized by the scarceness of resources such as energy, storage, and processing capacity.
Owing to the scarceness of legal corpora available and the usefulness of the data provided by them as support for the legal English class, BLaRC has recently been made publicly available on Cobb's website Lextutor (4), where it can be selected from amongst a list of corpora for legal term queries providing the concordances and extended contexts associated with the terms selected.
Ruskin's shift from commenting upon art and commenting upon social matters was not a sudden one, although, as shown above, he applied the same techniques and ideas to writing about both.(Clark, 263) Quite early, in 1853, in the chapter on "The Nature of Gothic" in The Stones of Venice, he had accused his contemporary society for badly treating its working class, subject to a process of alienation and dehumanization, and in his 1854 pamphlet On the Opening of the Crystal Palace, he tempestuously associated the glitter and lavishness of a party in the world of the rich with the scarceness of a working class dinner.
Since scarceness of data seems to be a major caveat in the existing approaches to diminutive verb semantic analyses, it was necessary for our current research to collect as many instances of diminutive verbs as possible in Croatian.
In that year, the mayor's register at Norwich in eastern England noted "there was so great scarceness of corne that aboute Christmas the comons of the cytte were ready to rise upon the ryche men"'.
He pointed out that the greatest challenge facing the health services in the Sultanate is the traffic related casualties, in addition to the scarceness of medical outputs, adding that health institutions suffers shortages in pharmacology, dentistry and the private sector suffers the same problem in medical outputs.