In acountry teeming with alarge number of youth, quantity will also be apriority
area for the government in its endeavours --J.
8) Stalnaker was actually making the point against an account of apriority
in terms of the two-dimensional model (Stalnaker 2003, p.
payment systems apriority
focus, saying his company's payments team
The Offshore Act stipulates that an offshore company may apply for a apriority
investora status after it has registered the actual owners of the company in the Trade Registry.
The data it provides are the basis for more elaborate products, so the attention to standardised formats is not apriority
objective for the Department of Defense (DoD) is to shape a high-quality, high-performing, and agile Defense Acquisition Workforce to deliver technologically superior warfighting systems to our men and women in uniform in support of America's national security.
of Barcelona), the essays offer a basic exposition of the nature of language and chapters on formal semantics; theories of meaning and truth conditions; the nature and operation of reference; intentional contexts; context dependence; linguistic pragmatics, semantic normativity and naturalism; and analyticity, apriority
We identified increasing youth engagement and employment's apriority
in our Programme for Government.
In this sense, anthropomorphism presumes the relative stability and apriority
of human and non-human identity.
The stunning blonde has beenmade apriority
act by Island, with representatives of her A&R, sales and promo departments attending gigs to get a better idea of howNina handles dates with only an acoustic guitar for company.
But, STFT also has the limitation of fixed window width chosen apriority
and this causes limitations for low-frequency and high-frequency non-stationary signals analysis at the same time, the location on the time series may be lost or incorrect .
Rosenkoetter, Timothy (2011), "Kant on Construction, Apriority
, and the Moral Relevance of Universalization," British Journal for the History of Philosophy 19(6): 1175-1200.