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Grade

(1) A designated ground level. (2) To change the contours of land.

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This would only be recommended when an adequate supply of correct and incorrect responses for each gradable item that has been identified.
Since then, BioSig-ID has replaced physical proctoring, can be used for all gradable events and authentication between levels of content, while enabling eduKan to maintain the highest level of compliance by also allowing them to randomly check who is logged into their LMS through authentication challenges.
Thus, conventionality is not only gradable and fuzzy but also context-dependent.
Commercial auctions of slaves raised a problem that did not exist in the auction or sale of products such as cotton, tobacco, rice, and sugar, which are simple commodities that are either homogeneous or readily gradable.
In addition, 20 dm log length was not tested in machine grading because the minimum length of pieces gradable in a Dynagrade is 24 dm (Bostrom 1997), making the length range investigated a bit narrow.
Also, in the case of gradable properties one can speak about the presence or absence of the internal quantitative boundary, and, accordingly, the properties can be divided into bounded gradable properties and unbounded gradable properties (cf.
This makes operators rather unsuitable to express gradable notions (e.