Existing methods measure risk aversion very imprecisely
This is a new ATACMS feature that allows battlefield commanders to address imprecisely
located or area targets.
Fourth, Leonen imprecisely
conflates martial law and calling out.
Societies' allocation of resources will imprecisely
but persistently follow these shifts.
Gears made from material that is of inferior quality, unable to cope with the operating conditions or which are imprecisely
machined or fitted, are likely to fail with greater regularity than better quality parts, sometimes taking other parts of the gear drive with them.
Effect estimates generally hovered around the null, did not follow a consistent pattern across the concentration gradient, and were imprecisely
The data may have problems because they are imprecisely
collected or misinterpreted.
46-52 of Accounting Terminology Bulletin 1, Review and Resume, issued by the AICPA in 1953, engaged in a scholarly debate as to what the term "depreciation" means--whether it recognizes an estimate that imprecisely
measures the diminution of value of an asset over time or an allocation of its historical cost.
The etiopathogenesis of PLCH is imprecisely
When you point at someone or something directly with your index finger, as you might do at home, in Jordan it casts the evil eye; instead, you should gesture imprecisely
with two fingers, or just flap your whole hand in the direction you mean.
The former chapter sets the basis for a theoretical discussion around the need to be careful in discussing compliance, as it is often a blurred concept which imprecisely
overlaps with issues linked to programme completion and desistance.
warned that the law comes with restrictive regulations, including disproportionate limitations on online content for overly broad defined activities, such as making users liable for truthfulness of all information posted by them or for imprecisely
defined propaganda of violence and cruelty.