Patent law does have its own inconsistent degree of selectiveness
in applying waiver and loss of immunity.
One formal aspect I have found doubtful is the selectiveness
in specifying the translators of various bibliographical items.
While current harvesting levels are not as intense as in the past, the selectiveness
of current harvesting activity is having a more subtle impact on future resource composition and structure.
The price for such coherence may be a certain selectiveness
in the literature--almost entirely in German--and consequently for the status quaestionis of each area confronted.
To Weld, the principle of secrecy and selectiveness
inherent in the rituals and function of the Dominion Grange was entirely necessary to create a "bond of honour" among different parties of farmers.
This lack of selectiveness
is the tragedy of both John Montague's and Peter Kavanagh's editions of the poet's Collected or Complete Poems, which both amassed all the verse he had ever published, rather than deciding on what was worthy of inclusion in a definitive volume of collected poems (which cannot have helped his poetic reputation)--a mistake Quinn's own new Collected Poems seeks to rectify.
approach to creating viable security frameworks, however: selectiveness
, and differentiation are quickly becoming buzzwords in higher education policy and practice in the Netherlands.
But the majority of the volume decline is not an exit of a category or a discontinuance of a SKU, it's more of a selectiveness
of what we sell, the prices [at which] we sell them and the promotions with our key retailers.
sets the great seafood restaurants apart.
The sheer amount of evidence being made available will often necessitate some degree of selectiveness
The first is that if selectiveness
is common and indispensable in language use it should be accepted as an appropriate communication device.