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tense

(tens),
Tight, rigid, or strained; characterized by anxiety and psychological strain.
[L. tensus, pp. of tendo, to stretch]

tense

(tĕns)
1. Tight, rigid.
2. Anxious, under mental stress.
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These matches of the futures contract to the cash instrument are known as imperfect hedges.
Libratus, an AI developed by Carnegie Mellon University, won US$1.77 million worth from four professional Texas hold 'em poker players in 2017, conquering the field of imperfect information games.
"Our results suggest that human perception is blueprinted on optimal strategies, even though the brain's execution of these strategies seems to be imperfect. This novel concept provides a theoretical middle ground between the seemingly opposing literatures of optimal models and heuristic models," Van den Berg says.
'Imperfect in the sense na 'yung ating kapulisan ay involved pa rin sa kalokohan.
Lee & Associates and client Imperfect Producenearly exhausted property options in the area.
For patients with the same decline in MMSE score plus an imperfect VAT score, the odds ratio for developing dementia was 9.55.
Adviser to PM Dr Miftah Ismail had reportedly stated that the NFC award is 'imperfect', as it only favours provinces and leaves the resolution of issues between the centre and federating units to the next government.
The retailer sold 450 tonnes of fruit and vegetables under the "Perfectly Imperfect" brand last year, with customers showing interest mostly in carrots, apples and potatoes.More interest in the environmentThe "Perfectly Imperfect" brand is only one of the examples of companies' more responsible approaches to the environment.
It estimates that 24% of people in Wales (600,000) are considered 'imperfect borrowers' by traditional banks and building societies, significantly reducing their chances of being approved for credit and also increasing the cost of borrowing.
Months after the release of "Perfectly Imperfect," Vanderwaal told (https://www.bustle.com/p/what-americas-got-talent-winner-grace-vanderwaal-thinks-adele-taylor-swift-have-in-common-37992) Bustle that she will soon be releasing her first full-length album.
The US Food and Drug Administration had granted Mereo BioPharma orphan drug designation for the treatment of osteogenesis imperfect in March 2016.
Providing great quality produce at low prices is clearly something our customers find really helpful, and were expecting our new Perfectly Imperfect cucumbers to prove just as popular as the rest of the range.