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A good reference, analyzing the methodological structure of casuistic argument, is The Abuse of Casuistry: A History of Moral Reasoning ( 1990 ), by Albert Jonsen and Stephen Toulmin ( ISBN 0-520-06960-9 ).
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good and reference
The expression " You can't steal first base " is sometimes used in reference to a player who is fast but not very good at getting on base in the first place.
They believe that the word devil is a reference in the scriptures to sin and human nature in opposition to God, while the word satan is merely a reference to an adversary ( be it good or bad ).
Under Mortimer J. Adler ( member of the Board of Editors of Encyclopædia Britannica since its inception in 1949, and its chair from 1974 ; director of editorial planning for the 15th edition of Britannica from 1965 ), the Britannica sought not only to be a good reference work and educational tool but to systematise all human knowledge.
A good metaphor for this is searching for a book in a library without the reference number, title, author or even subject.
The generalization of this statement, namely that the laws of special relativity hold to good approximation in freely falling ( and non-rotating ) reference frames, is known as the Einstein equivalence principle, a crucial guiding principle for generalizing special-relativistic physics to include gravity.
Christians may additionally use the term " gospel ", otherwise known as the " good news ", in reference to the general message of the biblical New Testament.
* Like quicksort, merge sort on arrays has considerably better data cache performance, often outperforming heapsort on modern desktop computers because merge sort frequently accesses contiguous memory locations ( good locality of reference ); heapsort references are spread throughout the heap.
* The earliest such reference occurs in 1589 when Thomas Nashe in his introduction to Robert Greene's Menaphon implies the existence of an early Hamlet: " English Seneca read by candle-light yields many good sentences, as Blood is a begger, and so forth ; and if you entreat him fair in a frosty morning, he will afford you whole Hamlets, I should say handfuls of tragical speeches.
With reference to international agreements, " every treaty in force is binding upon the parties to it and must be performed by them in good faith.
In Athens itself, he lost favour by building a sanctuary of Artemis, with the epithet Aristoboulë (" of good counsel ") near his home, a blatant reference to his own role in delivering Greece from the Persian invasion.
Other references in classical literature include the belief that upon death the otherwise silent Mute Swan would sing beautifully-hence the phrase swan song ; as well as Juvenal's sarcastic reference to a good woman being a " rare bird, as rare on earth as a black swan ", from which we get the Latin phrase rara avis, rare bird.
The term hoax is occasionally used in reference to urban legends and rumors, but the folklorist Jan Harold Brunvand argues that most of them lack evidence of deliberate creations of falsehood and are passed along in good faith by believers or as jokes, so the term should be used for only those with a probable conscious attempt to deceive.
Systems which exhibit strong locality of reference are good candidates for performance optimization through the use of techniques like the cache and instruction prefetch technology for memory or the advanced branch predictor at the pipelining of processors.
Employing a good fastball, outstanding control, and, especially, a new pitch he termed the " fadeaway " ( later known in baseball as the " screwball "), which he learned from teammate Dave Williams in 1898, This reference is challenged by Ken Burns documentary Baseball in which it is stated that Mathewson learned his " fadeaway " from Andrew " Rube " Foster when New York Giants manager John Joseph McGraw quietly hired Rube to show the Giants bullpen what he knew.
The Senate then recognized Decius as Emperor, giving him the attribute Traianus as a reference to the good emperor Trajan.
Pennacook Indians called it Namoskeag, meaning " good fishing place "— a reference to the Amoskeag Falls in the Merrimack River.
In a declaration made on the 16 June 1673 by Arthur Annesley, 1st Earl of Anglesey, the Lord Privy Seal, in reference to a dispute over the exercise of authority over the Officers of Arms the powers of the Earl Marshal were stated as " to have power to order, judge, and determine all matters touching arms, ensigns of nobility, honour, and chivalry ; to make laws, ordinances, and statutes for the good government of the Officers of Arms ; to nominate Officers to fill vacancies in the College of Arms ; to punish and correct Officers of Arms for misbehaviour in the execution of their places ".
The Financial Times also ran a business related game called " In the Pink " ( a phrase meaning " in good health ", also a reference to the colour of the newspaper and to the phrase " in the red " meaning to be making a loss ).
To reduce Cache miss exceptions by providing good spatial locality of reference, specify ' high frequency '/ volatile working storage data within defined structure ( s ) so that they are also allocated from contiguous sections of memory ( rather than possibly scattered over many pages ).
Arguing that Arnor and Gondor are representative of the classical dichotomy of light and dark, blessed and forsaken, good and evil-these analyses reference the abandonment by the heirs of Valandil and the absence of a White Tree as points of stylistic comparison to Gondor, with its fortresses and heavily populated capital city, its possession of a White Tree, and its well-equipped military and armaments.
According to this, happiness should coincide with the consciousness of virtue, though its reference to the relations of human life requires the additional condition, that it is only in the enjoyment of the good things and circumstances originally designed for it by nature that it attains to completion ; to these good things, however, sensuous gratification does not belong.
good and analyzing
In the same web-article, Alterman also noticed, analyzing the game Count Bruehl – Philidor, F, 0 – 1, London 1783, that Philidor understood very well modern concepts like: power of passed pawns ; bad and good pieces ; space advantage ; open files ; pawn structure ; importance of center.
Hal Hinson, in his review for The Washington Post, wrote, " Brooks is excellent at taking us inside the world of television, but not terribly good at analyzing it.
The suspicion of ceteris paribus arises because it seems sometimes to be used to conceal a sort of conceptual " blank spot " in the analysis, and ( these philosophers allege ) the existence of such a " blank spot " is as good a reason as any to think that an analysis that depends on it is not the right direction to take in analyzing a particular concept.
The degree of abstraction, combined with a relative lack of good mathematical tools for analyzing nonlinear equation systems, make it hard to connect such theories with the physical phenomena that they might describe.
Moreover, one cannot generally achieve good results by naively analyzing and discretizing each variable independently, since this may obliterate the very interactions that we had hoped to discover.
The novel combines elements of fantasy and horror, analyzing the conflicting natures of good and evil, and on how they come into play between the characters and the carnival.
Jeff Shalda of The Simpsons Archive used the episode as an example of one of the " good qualities present in The Simpsons ," while analyzing why some other aspects of The Simpsons make Christians upset.
As Sarachild wrote in 1969, " We assume that our feelings are telling us something from which we can learn ... that our feelings mean something worth analyzing ... that our feelings are saying something political, something reflecting fear that something bad will happen to us or hope, desire, knowledge that something good will happen to us.
Some good reader strategies are predicting, connecting, inferring, summarizing, analyzing and critiquing.
As a plain color photograph, it is good for analyzing man-made objects, and is easy to understand for beginner analysts.
Koga is good with gathering information, analyzing and remembering things, though he's extremely bad at attacking.
good and methodological
Along with his critique of equilibrium analysis, he has the following critique with the profession's methodological emphasis on prediction as being the criterion of good theory:
good and structure
The structure of our societies and how individuals come to exhibit charitable, philanthropic, and other pro-social, altruistic actions for the common good is a largely researched topic within the field.
* Judges ' commissions are valid quamdiu se bene gesserint ( during good behaviour ), and if they do not behave themselves they can be removed only by both Houses of Parliament, or the one House of Parliament, depending on the legislature's structure.
A good illustration of the risk of DLC arbitrage is the position in Royal Dutch Shell — which had a DLC structure until 2005 — by the hedge fund Long-Term Capital Management ( LTCM, see also the discussion below ).
Beatmatching is a component of mixing which employs beatmatching combined with equalization, attention to phrasing and track selection in an attempt to make a single mix that flows together and has a good structure.
An example of structure would be a binary opposition such as good and evil where the meaning of each element is established, at least partly, through its relationship to the other element.
Faith for good reason arises out of the mystery that underlies the very structure and nature of reality, a mystery that in its entirety will never be entirely demystified despite what those who have placed reason on their altar might like us to believe.
Watson and Crick talked endlessly about DNA and the idea that it might be possible to guess a good molecular model of its structure.
When it became clear to Wilkins and the supervisors of Watson and Crick that Franklin was going to the new job, and that Linus Pauling was working on the structure of DNA, they were willing to share Franklin's data with Watson and Crick, in the hope that they could find a good model of DNA before Pauling was able.
It helps the soil retain moisture by increasing microporosity, and encourages the formation of good soil structure.
A strong element in the structure of jianghu, is the line between good and evil, right and wrong, is crystal clear ; it is absolute.
This is also a good method to use when attempting to give structure to what can be frail knitted fabrics.
Most studies of market structure relax a little their definition of a good, allowing for more flexibility at the identification of substitute-goods.
It is a pink brick structure over 205 metres ( 224 yards ) in length, but while its fortified towers have disappeared, it is otherwise in a good state of preservation.
He described the omentum, and its connections with the stomach, the spleen and the colon ; gave the first correct views of the structure of the pylorus ; observed the small size of the caecal appendix in man ; gave the first good account of the mediastinum and pleura and the fullest description of the anatomy of the brain yet advanced.
At this time, as design and good aesthetics seemed to take precedence over good mark-up structure, and little attention was paid to semantics and web accessibility.
They suggest that the troubled U. S. banks be placed in conservatorship, that some of their " good assets " be dropped into newly created " good bank " subsidiaries ( presumably under new management ), and the remaining " bad assets " be left to be managed under the supervision of a conservatorship structure.
From an evolutionary perspective, a convoluted structure such as the inverted retina can generally come about as a consequence of two alternative processes ; ( a ) an advantageous " good " compromise between competing functional limitations, or ( b ) as a historical maladaptive relic of the convoluted path of organ evolution and transformation.
Some types of insects, and molluscs such as the octopus, also have strong spatial learning and navigation abilities, but these appear to work differently from the mammalian spatial system, so there is as yet no good reason to think that they have a common evolutionary origin ; nor is there sufficient similarity in brain structure to enable anything resembling a " hippocampus " to be identified in these species.
* Structural survey: a detailed inspection to report upon the physical condition and structural stability of a building or other structure and to highlight any work needed to maintain it in good repair.
A good real life example is an adapter that converts the interface of a Document Object Model of an XML document into a tree structure that can be displayed.
Desirable character traits in service animals typically include good temperament or psychological make-up ( including biddability and trainability ) and good health ( including physical structure and stamina ).