Looking at skewness and lowness
values, variables are decided to be appropriate for multiple normal distributions.
Part 3, while the shortest section of the book, contains some of its most important poems: "Nietzsche," "Bio III," and "Lowness
." In "Bio III," the speaker attempts to gather up crumbs along the trail of his life, despite being continually "dispersed" and "waylaid": "what I loved," he writes, "always got in the way." And in "Lowness
," the poet reiterates his claim against all forms of mystification, preferring a poetry of lowness
that dips down into the jetsam of life and excavates meaning from what he finds there.
One of the most important disadvantages of the group elevator systems is the lowness
in energy performances arising from working principles.
When Anaxarete rejects Iphis, she makes sure to point out their class differences: "But thou could nourish any flattering hope / One of my height in youth, in birth and fortune, / Could e'er descend to look upon thy lowness
That shiny yellow orb has been around for some time, apparently, but its aggravating lowness
seems only recently to have affected jump races to such a degree.
(22.) Jayaraj D, Exploring the importance of excess female mortality and discrimination in "natality" in explaining the "lowness
" of the sex ratio in India, Developing Economies, 2009, 47(2):177-201.
. C* There cannot be such impudence," he said.
Despite the inherent "lowness
" of the subject, "most extant erotic writing" appears primarily in the "high" genres of Italian humanist writing, including the sonnets of Aretino and an "erotic dialogue" by Antonio Vignali that originated from "an elite academy in Siena" (91).
The response rate was 36% (N=208), the lowness
of which is a limitation of this study.
(113) The garbage with which Triomf begins also establishes tension between the novel's "high" allegorical message and exceptionally "low" subject matter, as the resilience of this "lowness
" represents not only that of the oppressed in the face of oppression--the permeation of white culture by black--but also the disconnect between abstract and immediate reality.