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lacking material form or substance

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Since domestic consumer surplus falls only unsubstantially, domestic profit gains will lead to an overall increase of domestic welfare.
Therefore, domestic consumer surplus falls only unsubstantially, and domestic profit gains will lead to an overall increase of domestic welfare.
The results of this study were that: 1) although Korean parents generally showed an uncertain identification of the 33 emotional and behavioral problems in 4- to 5-year-old children, they most frequently identified physical and eating problem behavior and withdrawn behavior as emotional and behavioral problems; 2) Korean parents generally identified emotional and behavioral problems in 4- to 5-year-old children regardless of the children's gender, except/or disobedient behavior; and 3) three parents' demographic variables (i.e., age of the parents' own children, mother's occupation, and father's occupation) significantly but unsubstantially explained Korean parents' identificat ion of 4- to 5-year-old children's emotional and behavioral problems.
I should myself never think of attacking the Fremont legend so often were it not so unsubstantially immortal.