In a perfectively
competitive scenario, famously modeled by Charles Tiebout, (132) there would be an equilibrium in which each taxpayer lives in a jurisdiction where taxes paid equal benefits received.
The act is considered (perfectively
) complete, a crucial detail lost if one places the action in the future.
Because augmented triads divide the octave into three equal parts, separated by major thirds, they accordingly create a "perfectively
even" distribution of pitches in chromatic space.
(179) For analysis of profit maximization by a perfectively
competitive firm, see id.
The tense Pasquier uses most in order to deny lire is the Passe Simple, which can present not just the act of composing a poem, but even the poem itself, as something punctual that only had a finite temporal life (that is, perfectively
rather than perfectally).
Moreover, it goes without saying that long-run perfectively
competitive optimum of a firm, without committing deception or fraud, remains a prerequisite for corporate social responsiveness which, many argue, ought to be considered as the managers having a fiduciary duty not merely to the corporation's stockholders, but to the corporation's stakeholders.
It is well known that in languages with no overt aspectual morphology, telic predicates tend to be understood perfectively
and atelic predicates imperfectively.
The elliptical verb phrases, which have inferential meanings and which in general in terms of tense and aspect are perfectively
marked, can sometimes show mirative reading as well.