scarceness


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Furthermore, a major objection to existing analyses of diminutive verbs was scarceness of data, so the goal of this research was to provide an inventory of diminutive verbs in Croatian based on the data obtained from the Croatian Derivational Verb Database (CroDeriV).
Because General Land Office surveys were incomplete, a recorded presence of a tree species does not mean that unrecorded species were absent; rather, these are methodological absences due to scarceness in the surveys (Lobo et al.
The failure in communication between patients and doctors, regarding herbal therapies, may be due to scarceness of scientific information available to the clinician-community regarding this subject, which hinders the doctor from discussing these options with the patient, who in turn, is discouraged from discussing alternate therapies.
Organ scarceness requires the development of effective and efficient procedures to select the most optimal organ receiver since the demand for organs might not be satisfied.
Thesis 4 reveals that a general scarceness in supply of rare earths will not prevail until 2016, instead of that a mixture of oversupply and undersupply can be expected.
The unusualness and the difficulty of instruction, the scarceness of books, the sudden relevance given to the intellectuals, gave them an unexpected distinction.
The scarceness of research focusing on HDRSC issues encouraged us to develop a suggested research agenda by using a two-stage expert-led approach.
Although Lessing acknowledges differences between the various disciplines and media, he insists on a common need of all effective languages of visuality: scarceness or minimalism.
Secondly, the cost of definitive, large cohort size RCTs is a major cause for their scarceness.
It is important to recognize that the NCS program must always take into account the many constraints it faces, including scarceness of program resources, sensitivity to the burden faced by its voluntary respondents, and limitations on the extent to which respondents are able to retrieve accurate answers.
Because of the high prevalence of diabetes mellitus and the scarceness of specialized treatment units in the average community health care facility in Puerto Rico, patients arriving with a diagnosis of osteomyelitis present a special challenge in terms of disease management.
Normally decapsulation would follow electrical testing, but due to the scarceness of these units, it was not an option.
The scarceness of exposition, meanwhile, might create the impression that the viewer has simply stumbled onto a slice of life, but of course, this apparent randomness, and hence realness, is a cautiously crafted effect.
This may be the cause of the scarceness of such data for those who do not have access to in-house information owned by insurers and manufacturers.
One aspect that jumps out is the scarceness of mare relative to the near side.