It appeared, according to the call sheets and surrounding information we had about those calls, that the President's purposes and words during the phone calls had been ambiguous
The story ends on an ambiguous
note: "Verena is happy.
It was also found that of those listeners who indicated they would wear hearing aids, 88% (72) indicated they would wear the ITE hearing aid, 9% (7) indicated they would not wear the ITE hearing aid, and 4% (3) provided neutral or ambiguous
This meant that annual holidays, celebrations of the return of a caravan, weddings, and other rituals became more ambiguous
In short, Oe the philosopher of "the ambiguous
" is also modest, honest, and earnest - all of which makes Japan, the Ambiguous
, and Myself a valuable glimpse into the soul of Japan's greatest contemporary writer.
My wife is still ambiguous
in her interpretation of Ms.
Much of the preparer literature suggests that preparers contribute to taxpayer compliance in unambiguous areas, but contribute to noncompliance in ambiguous
areas [Klepper and Nagin, 1987; Ayres et al, 1989].
2015) found that RS moderated the impact of explicit and ambiguous
rejection situations on the level of negativity of individuals' emotions, in that, the higher the individual's level of RS, the more negative were the emotions that he or she experienced.
So I really tried to get him so ambiguous
that he's almost liquid 6 that was the way I thought about it.
In a prior investigation of adolescents' responses to ambiguous
teases (Barnett, Nichols, Sonnentag, & Wadian, 2013), participants rated their experiences with antisocial (i.
In the last chapter, among other case studies, the author analyzes Keanu Reeves, due to the ambiguous
postmodern appeal of his multiracial heritage and ambiguous
Ferriter's latest publication, Ambiguous
Republic: Ireland in the 1970s, follows very much in the vein of his earlier publications.