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  • 81footnote — Explanatory narrative and numerical data that follows the financial statements of a company and is integrally related to them …

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  • 82declaratory — Explanatory; designed to fix or elucidate what before was uncertain or doubtful …

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  • 83declaratory — Explanatory; designed to fix or elucidate what before was uncertain or doubtful …

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  • 84declaratory — Explanatory; affirmative; tending to remove doubt …

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  • 85explanatorily — explanatory ► ADJECTIVE ▪ serving to explain something. DERIVATIVES explanatorily adverb …

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  • 86Aristotle’s logic and metaphysics — Alan Code PART 1: LOGICAL WORKS OVERVIEW OF ARISTOTLE’S LOGIC The Aristotelian logical works are referred to collectively using the Greek term ‘Organon’. This is a reflection of the idea that logic is a tool or instrument of, though not… …

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  • 87science, philosophy of — Branch of philosophy that attempts to elucidate the nature of scientific inquiry observational procedures, patterns of argument, methods of representation and calculation, metaphysical presuppositions and evaluate the grounds of their validity… …

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  • 88Optimism — Positive thinking redirects here. For songs of that title, see Positive Thinking. The Oxford English Dictionary defines optimism as having hopefulness and confidence about the future or successful outcome of something; a tendency to take a… …

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  • 89Learned helplessness — is a psychological condition in which a human being or an animal has learned to act or behave helpless in a particular situation, even when it has the power to change its unpleasant or even harmful circumstance. Learned helplessness theory is the …

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  • 90Charles Anthon — Photo by Mathew Brady Born November 19, 1797(1797 11 19) New York City …

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  • 91Dummy variable (statistics) — In statistics and econometrics, particularly in regression analysis, a dummy variable (also known as an indicator variable) is one that takes the values 0 or 1 to indicate the absence or presence of some categorical effect that may be expected to …

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  • 92Hermeneutics — Gadamer and Ricoeur G.B.Madison THE HISTORICAL BACKGROUND: ROMANTIC HERMENEUTICS Although the term ‘hermeneutics’ (hermeneutica) is, in its current usage, of early modern origin,1 the practice it refers to is as old as western civilization itself …

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  • 93Auditor's report — Accountancy Key concepts Accountant · Accounting period · Bookkeeping · Cash and accrual basis · Cash flow management · Chart of accounts  …

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  • 94List of designations under the Protection of Wrecks Act — This is a list of all sites designated under the Protection of Wrecks Act 1973. The designated sites are shown on charts and notified to mariners [cite web |title=Protected Wrecks in the UK | work=Maritime and Coastguard Agency website | url=http …

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  • 95Philosophical Explanations — is a wide ranging metaphysical, epistemological, and ethical treatise written by Robert Nozick and published in 1981. The Parthenon Model and non coercive philosophy Nozick makes a case for a Parthenon model of philosophical ambition rather than… …

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  • 96Vegetation Survey of Western Australia — The Vegetation Survey of Western Australia commenced as a project of the Department of Geography of the University of Western Australia to provide vegetation maps for the state on the scales of 1:250,000 and 1:1,000,000. [ Beard, J.S and Webb,… …

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  • 97Locus of control — is a term in psychology which refers to a person s belief about what causes the good or bad results in their life, either in general or in a specific area such as health or academics. It can either be internal (meaning the person believes that… …

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  • 98Instrumental variable — In statistics, econometrics, and related disciplines, the method of instrumental variables (IV) is used to estimate causal relationships when controlled experiments are not feasible. Statistically, IV methods allow consistent estimation when the… …

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  • 99Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 — Infobox UK Legislation short title=Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 parliament=United Kingdom Parliament long title=An Act to make provision about tribunals and inquiries; to establish an Administrative Justice and Tribunals Council; to …

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  • 100Emma (roman) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Emma. Emma Page d …

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