Whether or not he admits their practical cogency
, an attentive reader will not fail to be interested in the attempt Mr.
But, like all oft-repeated truths, it has in time lost something of its actuality and cogency
. A lesson, an actual experience, was needed to bring it home.
Clacton argued with a cogency
and a ferocity which made the little woman feel that something very important--she hardly knew what--was taking place.
"You expect a cogency
of conduct not usual in women," said Marlow.
MENO: I admit the cogency
of your argument, and therefore, Socrates, I wonder that knowledge should be preferred to right opinion--or why they should ever differ.
Along with having expertise in scraping off the publication dates, this software is also efficient in assembling the effective date of the article which validates the cogency
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This idea has gained cogency
and strength, since the Arab nations seek to foster pan-Arab solidarity and cooperation," he underscored.
Prior to Riivos, he served as CEO and founder of Cogency
, a provider of partnership and portfolio accounting software used by many of the largest endowments, pension funds, private equity funds and fund of hedge funds, to manage over USD 100B in assets.
It is also an excellent refresher textbook for beginning analysts looking to improve the quality of their data, the clarity of their graphics, and the cogency
of their arguments.
Case law gives us some helpful criteria, including that the belief must be of a certain level of cogency
and worthy of respect in a democratic society, but what does that mean?
Following a preliminary hearing at an employment tribunal, Judge Frances Eccles was persuaded that McEleny's backing for independence "has a sufficiently similar cogency
to a religious belief...