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Representative

1. See: Agent.

2. See: Broker.

3. See: Attorney.
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This means that the idea of expanding the representativeness of the population falls in the same context; however, this is a more important issue considering that the problem of the desert consists of the issue of representativeness before anything else.
We obtained VetPop2007 estimates for the women veteran population as of September 30, 2008, to use as the denominator in all of our database representativeness estimates.
Akashi added that the United States' idea of efficiency and what Japan regards as legitimacy and representativeness are not necessarily contradictory.
One example is the representativeness heuristic for which people use the degree to which event A resembles class B to estimate the probability that event A belongs to class B (Tversky & Kahneman, 1974).
Compliance with the representativeness rule of procedural justice is perhaps the most important aspect of FGCs.
Four criteria are used to evaluate the measure: (1) representativeness of the content domain; (2) clarity of the item; (3) factor structure; and (4) comprehensiveness of the measure.
If the recipient is to be some corporate entity, as Robinson and others suggest, how can its representativeness and accountability be determined?
In this case questions of both representativeness of samples and population statistics become paramount.
China insisted Thursday the United Nations upcoming Millennium Summit focus on Security Council reforms that ''increase the representativeness of developing countries,'' setting the stage for a fall showdown over Japan and Germany's quest for permanent U.
Good ideas, such as school choice, move tortuously through a hostile political process, while bad ideas, such as treating statistical representativeness as the sine qua non of nondiscrimination, are enshrined in law and practice.
The supporters of term limits argued before the court that term limits would maximize legislative turnover, end political careerism, reduce advantages of incumbency, increase electoral competition and increase representativeness of the Legislature.
According to Bancroft, Reisman's statements regarding the representativeness of Kinsey's sample are altogether mundane and unremarkable.