equitability


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equitability

(ˌɛkwɪtəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
another word for equitableness
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Although the authors believed that representativeness of the visually impaired population could be achieved by the recruitment through KBU, the most representative organization for blind people in Korea, and they also expected that the recruited sighted participants could be matched to the demographic characteristics of the visually impaired group in terms of interests, lifestyles, ages, and geographic locations (Wolffe & Sacks, 1997), the fact that the authors focused on the equitability of the two groups, rather than the representativeness of the sighted population, might be considered a limitation.
2014 was a particularly important moment for the adoption of a Blue Economy given the revision of several policies and strategies as well as the enactment of a New Fisheries Act which espouses the principles of a Blue Economy, which are sustainability, equitability and efficiency.
2 0,59 2 0,80 Camponotus barbaricus 8 2,35 6 2,41 Camponotus sp1 4 1,18 1 0,40 Camponotus sp2 -- -- 1 0,40 Camponotus sp3 1 0,29 1 0,40 Tapinoma nigerrimum 73 21,47 102 40,96 Tapinoma simrothi 5 1,47 -- -- Total 340 100 249 100 ni : numbre of individuals, RA% : Relatives Abundances Table 2: Values of Maximum diversity index Hmax, Shannon Weaver Index (H') and Equitability index (E) Species USTHB BARAKI ni ni Maximum diversity (Hmax) 3.
Should the Authority be unable to resource the number of demonstration requests, industry will be notified accordingly and in the interest of equitability no demonstrations will take place.
A Shannon index was calculated to quantify the equitability of the abundances of faunal groups.
This early and affirmative awareness of equitability and fairness observed through her father's union activity soon manifested itself into action.
Since the Global financial crisis in 2007/2008, there have been serious doubts on the effectiveness and equitability of our current finance driven capitalism in furthering the welfare of societies.
In his word marking the occasion, Fahd highlighted the historical evolution of the Supreme Judicial Council in Lebanon, and its close relation with the French legal system, as well as the challenges facing Supreme Judicial Councils in the world, "which necessitates judicial cooperation at the international level, for the sake of ensuring justice, more understanding, alertness and equitability, speed and responsibility," he added.
V(II)(11discussing the equitability of water use rights).
e purpose of this is to implement a level of equitability, where no one party is represented more than another.
Economic equitability minimizes possible tribal tensions that come as result of lack of fair sharing of public's resource.
I have always prided myself on fairness and equitability in all things.