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informationally

(ˌɪnfəˈmeɪʃənəlɪ)
adv
(Communications & Information) with respect to information
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SportsQuest International, LLC (www.SportsQuestInternational.com) is a privately held multimedia production company specializing in the development and promotion of sports related programming that presents positive, informationally rich themes.
They're basically an optical projector that displays an informationally compressed flight data display on a glass screen called a combiner.
WES rose to popularity early on and it remains a cost-effective focused strategy for looking at what is likely to be the most informationally dense set of genomic data from a sample.
The Fourth DCA also noted that, unlike in the Fifth DCA's decision, the anti-assignment provision had been informationally filed with the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation and had never been disapproved by the office.
In his article, it was found that the FTSE 100 index was informationally efficient concerning the surveys.
In the pages of "61 Gems on Highway 61: Your Guide to Minnesota's North Shore, from Well-Known Attractions to Best-Kept Secrets", these intrepid explorers and informationally savvy residents of the region outline the best sites that you may not know about in this newly revised and updated second edition of the popular guide to the best sites and experiences along one of the state's most scenic roads.
Critique: Informationally enhanced with the inclusion of an appendix (U.S.
Because banks are informationally opaque--that is, difficult for outsiders to assess and monitor--financial misreporting may trigger market discipline (Furfine 2001; Morgan 2002).
(107) Relationship banking can be very beneficial to small businesses, because many such firms are "informationally opaque," meaning they do not have long credit histories suitable for credit scoring or other model-based lending practiced by large banks, and community banks can overcome this challenge by utilizing soft information.
They aim to start a limited revolution of the informationally unempowered by offering tools to bolster privacy, to make things marginally harder for an adversary, or even just to protest data collection.
Advertising should be brief, informationally rich, original, something different from the others and memorable, visual, scientifically based, show the distinctive features of the advertised and the last but not least-be just beautiful.
Those firms are not informationally efficient will impounds trading activity, as a result it reduces R square.
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