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Irregularity

In law, a departure from standard procedure. Irregularities are not illegal, but may be (depending on the circumstances) sufficiently grave to render a lawsuit invalid.
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50% and 39% respectively for digestive health other than regularity (Hartman, 2010).
The regularity of these eruptions prompted the scientists to liken the bright X-ray source, known as GRS 1915+105, to Yellowstone National Park's Old Faithful geyser.
He also wanted to explain the uncanny regularity of Zipf's law for city populations: "We are unused to seeing regularities this exact in economics - it is so exact that I find it spooky," he says, noting that the law holds for data back in 1890 about as well as it does now.
Against the less extreme view that when social regularities are in conflict with intentional regularities the former override the latter, he argues that there is no conflict of the required sort, assuming the supervenience of both types of regularity on the same fundamental physical regularities and conditions.
Using the driven simple pendulum as a paradigm, we identify three senses that regularity might have in connection with nonlinear dynamical systems: periodicity, uniqueness, and perturbative stability.
We always assume regularity, but if there's negligence on the (police's) part, we'll let the IAS come in.
It is motivated by the interplay between regularity properties and definability for subsets of real numbers.
s Culturelle brand has just released a new probiotic designed to address regularity issues for children.
Regularity of free boundaries in obstacle-type problems.
Stratum Nutrition, has introduced Actazin, a standardized kiwifruit supplement ingredient for digestive regularity.
WHEN vehicles collide, which they do in Los Angeles with great regularity, the first reaction is fear.
Art and design decisions seem to dove-tail with a regularity that makes you wonder if aesthetic--as well as analytic--choices aren't hardwired into the practice.