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Unproven, see there.
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was uncritical, unskeptical, and thus unscientifically optimistic about the possibilities for the comprehensive planning of human settlement and production." (20) I suggest that Baird is equally uncritical and unskeptical in his optimism of labor markets where individuals are the only actors to address the concerns of workers and prevent the "homogenization, uniformity, grids, and heroic simplification" (21) that we see when the state's power grows.
Though Sandiford's theory is speculative and unscientifically derived, it might be worth testing.
Some parties wished to excise entire sections pertaining to attitudes to the Irish in Britain, since the content was arrived at unscientifically and threatened controversy.
It is indeed a pity that a nation, where great reformers have historically used education as an instrument of national development and socioeconomic reform, is struggling to instil conceptual understanding in children due to unscientifically framed curriculum and lack of appropriate environment.
(196) In doing so, however, you will find most adversaries and the courts will unscientifically arrive at a number saying it accounts for inflation.
The huge advantage of this is that you'll now have a benchmark, how- ever unscientifically derived.
If the Court accepts the brief, ACA and Partnership for America have a chance to influence a decision that could signal the end of so-called "swamp" districts among states, where state courts are overly lenient (biased) in favor of plaintiffs' attorneys and unscientifically based theories of recovery of purported harm in mass tort cases.
Think of a sponge made of glass--it is still the same overall shape, but it is laced with what might unscientifically be called holes.
That is, while Kritzer found that Wisconsin firms employing tiered fees typically started at a fee of 25% and increased the fee to one-third only after completing "substantial trial preparation," all settlement mills in my (admittedly small and unscientifically drawn) sample started with a contingency fee of at least 33% (and sometimes 40%) and increased the fee when suit was merely filed.
The seemingly magical effects of the drug that so captivate and metaphorically enslave Coleridge are easily (if unscientifically) interpreted through recourse to England's most influential playwright.
Unscientifically speaking, military or assault videogames seem to closely resemble the acts of violence that give us such concern.