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Formally, arbitrage transactions have negative skew – prices can get a small amount closer ( but often no closer than 0 ), while they can get very far apart.
Formally, they were part of the non-resident sections, but in fact constituted a separate division, largely autonomous in their activities.
Formally, these failed when they were rejected by the Church of England's General Synod in 1972 ; conversations and co-operation continued, however, leading in 2003 to the signing of a covenant between the two churches.
Formally, we are given a set of hypotheses and a set of manifestations ; they are related by the domain knowledge, represented by a function that takes as an argument a set of hypotheses and gives as a result the corresponding set of manifestations.
Formally, they are partial derivatives of the option price with respect to the independent variables ( technically, one Greek, gamma, is a partial derivative of another Greek, called delta ).
Formally reported from November 1944 onwards, witnesses often assumed that the foo fighters were secret weapons employed by the enemy, but they remained unidentified post-war and were reported by both Allied and Axis forces.
By 1912, the Social Democrats, with an explicitly anti-antisemitic program, were the largest party in the German Reichstag, and the Progressives ran very strongly as well ... Formally, at least, the Jews had been fully emancipated with the establishment of the German Empire, although they were kept out of certain influential occupations, enjoyed extraordinary prosperity ... Germans intermarried with Jews: in the 1930s some 50, 000 Jews were living in mixed German-Jewish marriages, so at least 50, 000 Germans, and presumably parts of their families, had familial contact with the Jews.
Formally, they are appointed by the President for five-year terms coinciding with the term of the House of Representatives.
Formally, Liouville numbers and elementary numbers contain the algebraic numbers, and they include some but not all transcendental numbers.
Formally system networks correspond to type lattices in formal lattice theory, although they are occasionally erroneously mistaken for flowcharts or directed decision trees.
Formally, these failed when they were rejected by the Church of England's General Synod in 1972, however conversations and co-operation continued leading in 2003 to the signing of a covenant between the two churches.
Formally however they define it as any variable that does not directly affect the fundamentals of the economy.
Formally, they have always been considered Orthodox Christians, but most of them followed shamanism and animism as a part of their culture.
Formally, this meant that the whole peloton finished out of time limits, but the referees understandably used a rule saying that they could give clemency to any group of more than 20 % of the stage's starting riders, officially citing the weather conditions as their reason to do so.
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Formally known as the Constitution of the Republic of Poland (), it replaced the temporary amendments put into place in 1992 designed to reverse the effects of Communism, establishing the nation as " a democratic state ruled by law and implementing the principles of social justice ".
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Formally organized vocational programs supported by federal funds allow high school students to gain experience in a field of work which is likely to lead to a full-time job on graduation.
However, shortly after this positive result, Kurt Gödel published On Formally Undecidable Propositions of Principia Mathematica and Related Systems ( 1931 ), showing that in any sufficiently strong axiomatic system there are true statements which cannot be proved in the system.
Formally, the Congress serves two functions: to approve changes to the Party constitution regarding policy and to elect a Central Committee, about 300 strong.
More rigorously, the divergence of a vector field F at a point p is defined as the limit of the net flow of F across the smooth boundary of a three dimensional region V divided by the volume of V as V shrinks to p. Formally,
Formally, there is a clear distinction: " DFT " refers to a mathematical transformation or function, regardless of how it is computed, whereas " FFT " refers to a specific family of algorithms for computing DFTs.
Formally, oxidation state is the hypothetical charge that an atom would have if all bonds to atoms of different elements were 100 % ionic.
Formally inaugurated in March 2004, the Global Leadership Foundation works to " promote good governance – democratic institutions, open markets, human rights and the rule of law – and to contribute to the prevention and resolution of conflict through mediation.
Formally given to bishop Philip of Senj, the permission to use the Glagolitic liturgy ( the Roman Rite conducted in Slavic language instead of Latin, not the Byzantine rite ), actually extended to all Croatian lands, mostly along the Adriatic coast.
Formally the Prince-Electors elected a King of the Romans, who was elected in Germany but became Holy Roman Emperor only when crowned by the Pope.
Formally, an inner product space is a vector space V over the field together with an inner product, i. e., with a map
Formally neutral and reluctant to become involved with the great powers except as a last resort, Kuwait turned to the United States, the Soviet Union and Britain for naval protection of its tanker fleet after twenty-one ships were attacked in the gulf since late 1986.
* Formally, when working over the reals, as here, this is accomplished by considering the limit as ε → 0 ; but the " infinitesimal " language generalizes directly to Lie groups over general rings.
*, see On Formally Undecidable Propositions of Principia Mathematica and Related Systems for details on English translations.
Formally introduced in September 1979, Initial samples were released in February 1980, with production chips available over the counter in November.
* Nuclear bunker buster: Formally known as the Robust Nuclear Earth Penetrator ( RNEP ), this program aimed to modify an existing gravity bomb to penetrate into soil and rock in order to destroy underground targets.
Formally, a profinite group is a Hausdorff, compact, and totally disconnected topological group: that is, a topological group that is also a Stone space.
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Following the silver devaluation of 1873, the yen devalued against the US dollar and the Canadian dollar units since they adhered to a gold standard, and by the year 1897 the yen was worth only about US $ 0. 50.
If they adhered to mainstream faiths, hippies were likely to embrace Buddhism, Unitarian Universalism, Hinduism and the restorationist Christianity of the Jesus Movement.
Near pupation, the wings are forced outside the epidermis under pressure from the hemolymph, and although they are initially quite flexible and fragile, by the time the pupa breaks free of the larval cuticle they have adhered tightly to the outer cuticle of the pupa ( in obtect pupae ).
The Serbs are predominantly Orthodox Christian, and before Christianity, they adhered to Slavic paganism.
This facilitated Beck's efforts to bring a coherent look to the stories with Captain Marvel and related characters, ensuring they adhered to the style he originated.
A second meta-analysis was conducted by Daryl Bem, John Palmer, and Richard Broughton in which the experiments were sorted according to how closely they adhered to a pre-existing description of the ganzfeld procedure.
Many in the party " were fearful of spreading out too widely ", and they " adhered to the concentration of national authority in a limited area ".
The cheerful fidelity with which they adhered to him through many years of almost hopeless opposition was less admirable than the disinterestedness and delicacy which they showed when he rose to power.
In fact, some groups adhered to what they called rap consciência ( socially conscious rap ) and opposed hip-hop which some considered too alienated and consumerist.
The council effectively used the car park as a bargaining tool to ensure that the company adhered to the original proposals and blocked its demolition until they submitted a suitable planning application.
An artist's stickers may be distributed worldwide and end up adhered in places they themselves have never been to.
When Louis died in 840, the Carolingians adhered to the custom of partible inheritance, and after a brief civil war between the three sons, they made an agreement in 843, the Treaty of Verdun, which divided the empire in three:
Finally, when Gladstone took up Home Rule for Ireland, Lord Granville, whose mind was similarly receptive to new ideas, adhered to his chief ( 1886 ), and gracefully gave way to Lord Rosebery when the latter was preferred to the foreign office ; the Liberals had now realized that they had lost ground in the country by Lord Granville's occupancy of the post.
It also means that the timetable can be generally adhered to, as delays do not cascade as they do on single track lines.
When the Druze were a minority being persecuted they took the appearance of another religion externally, usually the ruling religion in the area, and for the most part adhered to Muslim customs by this practice.
Had he, together with Stanislaw Kania, proved capable of greater dignity and strength, had they honestly adhered to the existing social agreements, instead of knuckling under to Moscow, present-day Poland would undoubtedly look completely different.
Chomsky sees this as being in contrast to previous administrations, who had never explicitly informed the public that they adhered to such a doctrine.
In Orthodox Judaism, these regulations are steadfastly adhered to, and consequently the mikveh is central to an Orthodox Jewish community, and they formally hold in Conservative Judaism as well.
The commune members adhered to a strict regime with the intention of deconditioning its members out of their routines and conventional behaviour ; they were forbidden from sleeping in the same place on consecutive nights, food was cooked at irregular times of the day and all clothing was kept in a communal chest, with its members wearing something different on each day.
In 1840, one Southern planter who came to New York from Columbia, South Carolina, observed to his wife in a letter that the Phyfes were “ as much behind the times in style as ( they were ) in price .” This is because the Phyfes always adhered to the classicist language until the end, they never fully engaged with the emerging historical revival styles ( e. g. Baroque, Gothic, Rococo, etc.