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Name

A wealthy individual who provides a great deal of capital that underwrites the activities of Lloyd's of London. Names spread risk of insurance among themselves along with corporations. For most of Lloyd's centuries-long history, names had unlimited liability for any losses associated with being a name. Lloyd's introduced names with limited liability in 1994, and they have become increasingly important.
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The Nameable Dao is the source of all things in the past, in the present, and in future generations to come.
Some work has been done to select particular teachers, and thus classrooms filled with actual nameable students to serve as end-users.
Mathematical descriptions of irregular patterns (clouds, shorelines, galaxies) provide a new vocabulary of poetic forms in which nesting, regression, digression, interruption, and irregularity of all kinds will become nameable patterns.
This premise leads him to ask one of the more pregnant questions in Southern studies: to what extent is Southern writing of any nameable historical era a representation of reality or a record of mediations of the real, "a catering to the stereotypes .
In these studies, stimuli were nameable pictures corresponding to target words, and the participants maintained their learned reading skills for at least a week after the training.
Pop music essentially involves the conveyance of a nameable source of a specific, recognizable voice into a private setting (e.
The more orthodox Liberal Enlightenment did not define its ideal of progress upon a nameable end, in a way that Hegel, Marx, and Peirce did, but there is no doubt that its progressive commitments are governed by ideals of rationality, which we may achieve in our lives and thought in varying degrees of approximation and in the achievement of which we may improve ourselves or be made to improve by pedagogical projects, large and small ("Liberal Empire" is a large such project and remains so to this day).
also seeks to alleviate the obtrusiveness caused by vague words and e ase difficulties in conveying to the reader an idea that may not in itself be easily expressible or even nameable.
If the term "Picture" is defined as "a collection of nameable shapes within a frame," then it can be seen that the whorled and coiled insides of hearing have allowed the indefinable shifts of cell-life to mimic themselves, again-to allow Meat Conscious to begin again to express its self-shapes in picture making.
Some aspects of a model may be easily nameable and others may be difficult to assign labels to.
While nameable stimuli have been repeatedly shown to facilitate stimulus equivalence formation (Amtzen 2004; Amtzen and Lian 2010; Amtzen et al.
Baldessari also unhinges his subject, makes it float--but with the Californian painter, it's the white noise of an empty canvas, the vortex of hidden time, that frees the figure from any nameable ground.