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Conservative

A person who believes that what has been done should continue to be done as long as there is not a positive reason to change it. Conservatives may favor class distinctions as natural, or at least not harmful. In modern times, conservatism has become associated with the political right, or the belief that capitalism and the free market tend to best determine how an economy ought to be organized.
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The numerical stability is given by the same condition for the forward equation, since the transpose of the operator M has the same eigenvalues, but in this case the non negativity and conservativeness properties are not required.
Therefore, our results suggest that patients might be undertreated due to treatment conservativeness of the clinicians prescribing intravenous iron therapeutics.
For this unstable plant, we cannot get the controller gain matrix K and observer gain matrix L by Theorem 7 due to its conservativeness. However, by Theorem 8, we can obtain K and L as follows:
In view of the conservativeness of our theoretical estimation, a more practical settling time could be derived by simulating the dynamical system for the followers with sufficiently large initial conditions.
This will improve the effectiveness of such estimations to support the analysis of alternative design solutions and verification approaches as well as the evaluation of the conservativeness of design margins with respect to cost savings opportunities.Procurement Policy: C(2) = A relevant participation (in terms of quality and quantity) of non-primes (incl.
New York billionaire Donald Trump, who is leading the Party and closest to the nomination with 736 delegates out of 1237 needed, said that he wouldn't back the party's nominee despite signing a pledge late last year when he was questioned on his views or conservativeness to be the Republican nominee.
She said poverty, income, lack of knowledge and conservativeness are the few reasons which do not let women to grow in the society.
The Southeast has been shown to differ from other parts of the country on attitudes involving gender, religion, and conservativeness (e.g., "Gallup," 2014; Lublin & Brewer, 2003; Powers et al., 2003; Secret, 1987).
Prejudice and conservativeness towards wastewater reuse needs to be eliminated through proper consultation with consumers and community people.
This structure consists of four domains (M, K, I, C) with different in conservativeness and functions (Becker andTheiben, 2003).
(2005), "VaR Evaluation of Bank Portfolio - Conservativeness, Accuracy and Efficiency," Journal of Financial Studies 13: 97-128.
Currently, bleaching is the most popular treatment because of its conservativeness, effectiveness and accessibility.

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