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am·bi·gu·i·ty

(am'bi-gyū'ĭ-tē),
Condition of being ambiguous; uncertainty.

am·bi·gu·i·ty

(am'bi-gyū'i-tē)
Condition of being ambiguous; uncertainty.
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In a statement, Lorenzana said the ambiguities must be cleared to prevent the Philippines from getting embroiled in a war 'we do not seek and do not want.'
Exploring existential questions that concern the ambiguities of self-understanding, scholars of philosophy and theology discuss existential ambiguities: anxiety, despair, freedom; existential hermeneutics: self-understanding between transparency and opacity; and existential psycho(patho)logy: selfhood and self-alienation.
Based on 5 days of NRTK survey in a static mode, the integer ambiguities were resolved to be 99.6% and 88.6% on average for VRS and FKP, respectively.
In dialogue, such ambiguities can create misunderstandings which are very difficult to resolve because people are usually not aware that they use terms differently.
He held that JIT report is not an ultimate opinion and on the other hand this report is based on ambiguities wherein facts have ignored while the word 'most likely' has been used in the report again and again.
To obtain the position on centimeter level accuracy, it takes about 30 minutes of measurements, due to the enlarged noise of ionosphere-free combination and the existence of phase ambiguities (Bisnath and Gao, 2009; Nistor and Buda, 2015b).
For GPS triple-frequency PPP, Geng and Bock [8] fixed the ambiguities in each frequency and proved higher efficiency using simulated GPS datasets; Wang [10] only fixed the extra-wide-lane (EWL) and wide-lane (WL) ambiguities with a windowed phase smoothing phase technique to reduce the large noise of triple-frequency IF measurements.
This is the fifth time the attorney general has rejected the proposal in the past five months citing issues of ambiguities.
Spelling errors and other "ambiguities in text"AaAeAeA stood in the way the approval of a constitutional amendment to legalize marijuana in Arkansas, reported the (http://www.arkansasonline.com/news/2015/oct/26/arkansas-attorney-general-rejects-marijuana-propos/?f=news-arkansas) Associated Press .AaAeAeA Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge cit the mistakes and discrepancies Monday as the reason for rejecting the proposal for the second time.
"[W]e all rely upon you to apply old language and wise, generalized rules to new ambiguities that the writers of those rules could never have anticipated.
Whichever way it turns out, the lesson for us is: ambiguities are bad news; they can really bite insurance companies.
It means that the corresponding downlooking angle and azimuth angle position is 1 and other ambiguities are zero.