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Natural

Used in the context of general equities. Customer buyer or seller, versus a principal or profile interest. Legitimate, real.
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Natural

Describing a security or trade in which a prospective buyer or seller actually intends to buy or sell, as opposed to an indication of interest where the inquirer has other intentions.
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[12] provides a good reference point and produces good results, but lacks first in efficiency, due to very high processing times, and, secondly, in naturalness. Images produced by Rasche et al.
For investigating whether perceived motion naturalness positively predicts presence, the first block contained sex, age, skill level, prior motion-based game use, and game-play frequency as covariates.
One thing has to be clearly understood: life in Dhaka could be improved a great deal if the naturalness of the rivers could be restored.
Two motivations are especially cogent: (1) a belief in the reality of nature provides limits to human manipulation and utilisation of the natural world, and (2) environmentalism presupposes the ideas of nature and naturalness to make sense of the entire gamut of environmental policies: sustainability, pollution, biodiversity, etc.
We extend the work by Umberger, Thilmany McFadden, and Smith (2009) by introducing "perceived naturalness" as a psychological construct that drives preferences for produce from various retailing outlets.
The most important inner values are health and naturalness. Customers reward products with their confidence when they contain natural ingredients subjected to just a few gentle processing steps.
In the pursuit of a vision, as we take concrete steps each day towards realizing it, we need to show proofs of love: for God, through acts of submission to His will, including in what He expects of us out of our daily work and other routine duties; for the people around us, through acts of naturalness and genuine show of care and attention; and for the country, through specific enterprising initiatives by which we positively contribute to the common cause of benefiting the people.
Over one-third of tracked launches used claims relating to naturalness and a similar percentage utilized fibre/wholegrain claims.
Co-owner and chairman of Silhouette International, Arnold Schmied, said: "Her authenticity and naturalness are both things Silhouette admire in Cate and it was important to the brand to try and capture the real Cate on the shoot.
the horses, because the impression I have got so far from the new-look Channel 4 team is that flash and flippancy has taken the place of warmth and naturalness.
The performance is a testimony to Plant's perseverance, dedication and unaffected naturalness.

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