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1 The DynCorp contract is a study in vagueness.
2 Gone was the vagueness, gone the composure.
3 There is a great divide between ambiguity and vagueness.
4 The vagueness of guidelines and frequent and inconsistent ministerial interventions were frustrating for management of nationalized boards.
5 Its rhetorical character is underlined by a certain vagueness about what the Grid will actually contain.
6 There is no such vagueness about the beginnings of the saga.
7 Dexter wondered if his vagueness was due to the shock of his wife's murder or an attempt to gain time.
8 Even if marred by partiality and vagueness, this work is easily recognisable as theory, as explanation, not mere descriptive generalisation.
9 Much of the vagueness of the due process clause disappears when the specific prohibitions of the First become its standard.
10 Despite the apparent vagueness of this term, courts have ruled that it is a valid ground for dismissing teachers.
11 It's like a form of vagueness that lets you imagine things, only you hear it.
12 Some of the clearest indications of Anderson's vagueness occur at the level of topic-control.
13 The conservative manifesto is a model of vagueness.
14 Mr Ma blames the vagueness of the allowance's purpose.
15 Vagueness is an inherent feature of language.
16 Vagueness, in turn, led to incoherence.
17 The vagueness gave her scope and set her free.
18 Vagueness is another thing we're not programmed to accept.
19 Social science in consequence suffers from vagueness.
20 Aiming at the problems of vagueness and uncertainty when processing an image, the authors bring forward a kind of image enhancement processing algorithm for visual property based on fuzzy-rough sets.
21 Our discussion identifies some of the vagueness in organizational life.
22 The main criticism of sociological positivism is founded on the vagueness of the central concepts of the theory.
23 Tony Hopkins tries out an array of voices and manners - befuddled vagueness, booming ferocity. dangerous, smiling brusqueness.
24 Her great success has lain in her willingness to use the vagueness and flexibility of the Constitution to her own ends.
25 It is hard to tell what these powers might be from the 1992 Conservative manifesto, a model of vagueness.
26 The author discusses: unauthentic information tactic, proper redundancy tactic, vagueness tactic, periphrases tactic, seeking aesthetics tactic and properly worded tactic.
27 He did not decline the invitation. Instead, he put it off with vagueness and indefiniteness and inquired after the family, particularly after Mrs.
28 The major differentiation pricing in Hunan province concludes following problems:the vagueness of cost base,[www.Sentencedict.com] discrepancy of classification standard and unclearness of implementation effect.
29 The nature of fuzziness is its unsharp referential boundary, it is the essence that acts as the major criterion in distinguishing fuzziness from generality, ambiguity, and vagueness.
30 During the evaluation, there are many indexes concerned and factors considered, especially a vast amount of fixed indexes, so the decision has the obvious vagueness and indefiniteness.
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