Indeed, one student specifically said, "a lot of people honor sex, and wait until they get married," and another student added, "some people hold strong to their morals (i.e.
, waiting to be married)."
They have a mechanical drying effect and they deliver antibiotics and other agents (i.e.
, antifungals) that might not be usually found in commercially available ototopical agents.
An optimized follow-on logistics support system is what has been called the "value chain." The "value chain" has been defined as the convergence of the demand chain (i.e.
the customer's requirements) and the supply chain (i.e.
* Transportation (i.e.
, Highway Planning & Construction, Public Transportation for Non-urbanized Areas)
It is, however, difficult to assess the impact of any one prevention effort on the acquisition of knowledge and the incidence of targeted behaviors, let alone the impact on actual event nonoccurrence (i.e.
, the prevention of even one injury).
The QI model considers the causes of variation in systems, and it distinguishes common causes of variation from special causes (i.e.
, very unusual events).
Think of the process of drawing up requirements for a research project - i.e.
, skills required, bodies of knowledge needed, as well as facilities and equipment needed.
A net income multiple of 11.6 implies a capitalization rate of 8.6 percent (i.e.
, 1 divided by 11.6 equals 0.086).
Regarding Tunisia's customers, Italy comes first with 46.6% of the overall exports, i.e.
, 404.4 MTD.
The court rejected this argument, stating that "[r]espondent's argument blurs the fine but very real distinction between a contingency that prevents a liability from being fixed, i.e.
, a condition precedent, and a condition that may terminate an already fixed liability, i.e.
, a condition subsequent" (citing Burnham Corp., 90 TC 953 (1988)).The court noted that the focus should be on the obligation and the parties' intent when the agreement was entered into.
Any statement not lending itself to the scientific method is deemed subjective, i.e.
, mere opinion.
The grade organization in each school was similar, including preschool to fifth grade students in every school but one, and comparable overall enrollments (i.e.
, 350-500) in each school except one.