, I cannot discover anything corresponding to the supposed act; and theoretically I cannot see that it is indispensable.
It is so constant, in all countries and at all times, that even police, who know not much from philosophy, come to know it empirically
, that it is.
Still, both the debt level and the gross financing needs are just above the empirically
determined risk benchmarks shown by the heatmap.
SARGODHA -- The use of organic compost will empirically
play an important role in cultivating various crops and also beneficial for farmers due to low cost.
I would treat empirically
for possible urinary tract infection.
Shiseido Essential Energy comes in 64 unique shapes and graphic designs, each piece meticulously crafted and tested using psychological metrics to empirically
prove its effectiveness in awakening the senses while delivering a sensation of comfort.
Five years ago, when Phillipa Gill began a research fellowship at the University of Toronto's Citizen Lab, she was surprised to find that there was no real accepted approach for empirically
Many insurance companies and professional organizations have increasingly stipulated that mental health professionals use interventions that have been classified as empirically
supported therapies (ESTs).
S.'s "biocultural study of religion" is an empirically
based, naturalistic explanation of religion that "explains the actual mechanisms that lead to the generation of religious conceptions in human cognition and to their reproduction in human cultures" (5).
The first section consists of four chapters that integrate and synthesize a thorough collection of practice literature on empirically
supported assessment and intervention for social workers.
We should be concerned less about empirically
supported treatments and more about empirically