inconsistence


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in·con·sis·tence

 (ĭn′kən-sĭs′təns)
n.
Inconsistency.

inconsistence

(ˌɪnkənˈsɪstəns)
n
inconsistency
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Over the last decade, however, there were inconsistence reports regarding the efficiency of butyrate on animal growth performance.
Therefore, Baron and Kenny [11] have demonstrated that when the inconsistence is the attribute of such a relationship between the independent variable and the dependent variable, there is an essential need to explore a moderation role that could strengthen or weaken the relationship between them.
The Analects abstains from inconsistence between words and acts, which gives the impression that the communicator cannot practice the values beheld.
However, despite all advantages, it is prudent to appreciate that negative side effects exist with all methods of soil disinfestations including incompatibility and inconsistence returns which may prevent wide adoption of the methods documented in this study.
Thus, precisely when the utter inconsistence of reality manifests itself, we approach its matter-of-factness: the threshold moment in which reality disintegrates is what declares in counter-relief the necessity of the symbolic with its structures, rules, prohibitions, and so on.
Certainly, recycling and waste reprocessing are highly affected by this situation and their own impacts, mostly due to transporting and reprocessing the materials recovered could be increased by any inconsistence in waste composition.
He noted that the Syrian government has provided all facilitations to the UN organizations, adding that "Holding media conferences here and there to announce pledges that are not met most of the time is considered inconsistence with the effort of protecting civilians, especially when many countries which announced to provide aid are a primary reason behind the suffering of the displaced people.
The real analysis of such a case can lead to solutions apparently inconsistent, but, which can be justified by the inconsistence of national rights.
This high inflation and exchange rate is due to inconsistence monetary and fiscal policies of the federal government during this period as well as the volatile nature of the Nigeria economy.
Also the state must amend existing legislation to conform to the international law in case of any inconsistence with the national legislation.
CSE does not predict PEOU and PC, which is inconsistence with Venkatesh (2000) and Wang e al.
Furthermore, they stress (2) the relevance of time for when problems arise, (3) the relevance of the ways in which interests and preferences develop, (4) the relevance of relationships of norms and their significance, ambiguity and inconsistence, (5) the relevance of the "institutional demography", the mosaic of private lives that impact on collective behaviour, (6) the relevance of the "symbolic order", i.