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1 Due to official parsimony only the one machine was built.
2 The gap between government parsimony and the needs of sport is filled by commercial sponsorship.
3 Using distance, parsimony and maximum-likelihood methods the overall picture of eukaryote small-subunit rRNA phylogeny remains unchanged.
4 But also, the principle of parsimony should be used to keep the research down to essentials.
5 Isn't Mr Peter Lilley's enthusiastic parsimony rather more in tune with the tenor of the times?
6 Capitals are increased by parsimony, and diminished by prodigality and misconduct.
7 Principle of Parsimony: Write large components only when it is clear by demonstration that nothing else will do.
8 BPA ( brooks parsimony analysis ) is one of the most popular methods in the study of historical biogeography.
9 For the parsimony this paper presents model a polynomial time greedy algorithm and a compound algorithm that combines the greedy policy with the branch-and-bound strategy in a uniform framework.
10 Occasional visitors could be forgiven for thinking parsimony is a typically German trait.
11 However much Asians trumpet the value of parsimony, their governments any in opening the fiscal sluices.
12 A classic example comes from comedian Jack Benny , famous for his parsimony.
13 With encouragement,(www.Sentencedict.com) a competent amateur can diagnose species and varieties without resort to parsimony analysis.
14 So when they held dinner-parties Scarlet skimped on the smoked salmon, and Brian rebuked her for her graceless parsimony.
15 It is still using the traditional straight design, overall design parsimony appears to be agile.
16 We studied patterns of distribution and relationships among distributional areas of Tetrigidae insects in China using parsimony analysis of endemism (PAE).
17 Combined with the human tyrosinase gene sequence, the gene tree was constructed using parsimony method.
18 A little later Norton reminded them of Hamilton's Law of Parsimony, the application of which they immediately claimed for every reasoning process of theirs.
19 It is especially convenient for rooting the unrooted trees obtained from parsimony, distance or maximum likelihood tree-building methods.
20 It was for religious and temperamental reasons - Puritanism and parsimony - that Alfred kept his family in such austerity.
21 A fantastic story, like a horse with wings, flies in the face of the principle of parsimony.
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