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Convention

A method under the Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System one uses to calculate the depreciation of an asset in the year it is purchased (or first used) and the year of the end of its useful life.
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(75) By charging judges and national authorities with this responsibility, conventionality control seeks to strengthen human rights protection in the region.
Majid, who is based on the author's memories of her father, moves from one continent to another, choosing to reject conventionality for a life of crime.
Astutely, O'Leary refers to the Buddhist tradition as a source of ideas that can enlighten and broaden Christian theology on various points: truth, sacrifice, pardon, conventionality of religion, religious experience, apophatic theology, and christological perspectives (see chap.
Hastings notes Maugham's ambivalence about his sexuality (after thinking he was three-quarters straight to one-quarter queer [his term], he reversed the proportions), about his desire for adventure against his desire for the appearance of conventionality, and, to anticipate the issue of his writing, about his conflicting assertions that he wrote for money and his regrets that his work did not receive critical praise.
One of the key ideas around which the cognitive paradigm is built is conventionality. It is assumed, however, that various strands of the cognitive enterprise view conventionality in dissimilar ways.
I've known many women who eschewed happiness because of their fear, compromised their integrity in favor of conventionality. For sure, there is a price to be paid for living a life on the fringe.
From another angle, the same word might indicate conventionality, bloodlessness, or calculated orthodoxy.
But her challenge to conventionality and her sensuality offended many in the clergy and her works were banned for a decade after the revolution.
death of everyone who has to sacrifice the development of his or her peculiar gifts (which were meant, not for selfish gratification, but for the improvement of that world) to conventionality."
And Westhead, who's not known for conventionality, actually checked into the idea.
Its conventionality need not be hurled as a criticism since an updated approach might have been even more risible.
Conventionality as well as non- conformity to Cubism coexists within his artworks.