In the succeeding chapters, the significance of constancy
in Austen's fictional world is treated in relation to a wide range of issues of concern and controversy in the early nineteenth century, when romantic individualism had further disrupted the classical and Christian worldview already shaken by the radical Enlightenment.
Brainard, "Mechanisms of Color Constancy
under Nearly Natural Viewing," Proc.
The first conclusion, constancy
assumption, and the second one, functional equivalence assumption, collectively are called the Principle of Relative Constancy
Dr Edwards Deming, the guru of total quality management, considered we need to 'create constancy
of purpose for continual improvement of product and service'.
an athlete's general belief in his/her ability to achieve his/her goals and that he/she is different and better than his/her opponent in challenging and pressured situations), constancy
Shah Farman said initially one thousand olive plants would be grown in each union council of his constancy
PK-10 and if the scheme became successful, 100,000 olive plants would be grown in each union council of his constituency.
Over the course of the play, Sylvia becomes increasingly important to an understanding of Brandon's interpretation of constancy
Pity the same constancy
has been missing for so long from weather forecasting.
And blue is thought to be lucky because the colour represents fidelity and constancy
The association of homeownership with an individual's thrift and constancy
led to associations of homeownership with job stability and adulthood.
You failed Kian and his parents by not providing that constancy
1979) demonstrated the presence of shape constancy
, an important component of stable object recognition.