driftless


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drift·less

 (drĭft′ləs)
adj.
1. Having no purpose or perceptible trend; aimless or undirected: driftless summer days.
2. Random; stochastic.

driftless

(ˈdrɪftlɪs)
adj
1. archaic having no drift or purpose
2. geography lacking or free of (glacial) drift
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SHAME, screening before the Opening Night filmThe Driftless Area.
Although the glacial outwash drainage system in the driftless area cut deeply into the Ordovician and Cambrian beds of western Wisconsin and extreme eastern Minnesota, removing major thicknesses of overburden from most of the frac sand mining area, relict glacial outwash deposits obscure portions of the river valleys (Runkel and Steenberg, 2012).
We highly recommend Driftless by David Rhodes, Population: 485, Meeting Your Neighbors One Siren at a Time by Michael Perry, and Shotgun Lovesongs by Nickolas Butler for their intriguing stories set in fictional Wisconsin towns that make readers want to visit.
She now lives in Viroqua, Wisconsin, and is a board member of the Council for Wisconsin Writers and the Driftless Writing Center.
In the southwestern corner of the state, the Driftless Area is also an upland area but demonstrates more rugged, unforgiving terrain.
Hank Green and the Perfect Strangers, Driftless Pony Club and Harry and the Potters play at 9 p.
It is a farmer-owned cooperative and currently involves 140 produce farmers in the Driftless area of Wisconsin.
The benchmark for forecasts based on the price of oil-sensitive stock is provided by the no-change forecast (the driftless random walk model), which suggests that the best forecast of the spot oil price is simply the current spot price; that is:
Previous performances by the local theater group include "Play It Again, Sam'' by Woody Allen, "Laffing Room Only'' by Tim Kelly and "The Scheme of the Driftless Shifter'' by Carolyn French.
Phillips (1986) provided the theoretical framework to understand the phenomenon in the simplest case(independent driftless unit root processes (DGPs)), such as unit root with drifts, trend stationary and long range.
Fisher's test for the presence of a panel unit root for the business entry rate (Maddala, Wu 1999) rejects the null hypothesis of the presence of a unit root for all considered cases: driftless random walk, random walk with drift, and trend (2).
A closer inspection, however, shows that the work is part of the Driftless Connecticut Series.