Geoffroy's "Recherches sur l'organisation des gavials" published in the Memoires du Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle (12: 97-155, 1825) submitted that the fossil crocodiles in question were the direct ancestors of present-day crocodiles that had undergone significant and predictable mutations owing to laws of inheritability
Owing to the age-expected identity formation struggle, adolescents may show serious concerns about their body image, their health--especially if they are the same gender as the ill parent (Steck, 2000)--or the inheritability
of the parental illness.
But as farmer-breeders we should be concerned and be advised about soundness and about inheritability
of defects passed on by unsound or diseased stallions, especially those covering large books of mares.
Based on many of Cavell's other writings over the years, both those on Wittgenstein as well as those on the arts, my sense is that he reads the avowed lack of grand theoretical ambitions of the Investigations, what Wittgenstein calls in the preface the "poverty" or "barrenness" (Durftigkeit) of the work, as in part stemming from Wittgenstein's reluctance to assimilate the language of traditional philosophical questions whose very meanings are unclear, this being an example of our more general modern predicament of the inheritability
of problems coming down to us from tradition.
Bottom-up" studies evaluate the inheritability
of Major Depressive Disorder by examining the child and working back through the child's ancestry.
Yet, especially through the war on terror, Islam is acquiring characteristics of immutability, innateness, inevitable inheritability
and, importantly, inferiority.
' is helpfully defined as including 'inheritance in either testate or intestate situations, that is, where the famous ancestor dies with or without a will that directs the distribution of various assets perhaps including the right of publicity': Timothy Terrell and Jane Smith, 'Publicity, Liberty, and Intellectual Property: A Conceptual and Economic Analysis of the Inheritability
Issue' (1985) 34 Emory Law Journal 1, 2 fn 2.
33) Third, the document provided statistics on the inheritability
of mental defects and the ineffectiveness of sterilization as a means to halt the spread of venereal disease.
In their model, the incidence of dynastic management depends on the severity of asset market imperfections, on the economy's saving rate, and on the degree of inheritability
of talent across generations.
There are no epidemics in genetics, and autism has an inheritability
index of 90%," she said.
This raises questions about the predictability of the inheritability
of traits based solely on DNA, leaving the author to warn that "any artificially altered genetic system .
But the definition of this term has changed considerably over time from what we would today call a life estate to full powers of alienability and inheritability