of this OPC problem is first checked.
A full characterization of this weaker notion of properness
is available from the authors.
We will have much more to say about properness
of functions later on.
2 implies that Cs is locally finite, and the lemma follows from the properness
off and the local finiteness of S.
The Bank of England is required, in conducting its supervision, to assess the fitness and properness
of controllers of bank (those with a participation of 15 per cent or more).
Marked by promiscuity in the eye of a moralist community, Sula serves only as a foil for reinforcing the community's sense of properness
The disagreements among the findings reported in the literature could be due to the different backgrounds (age, sex, ethnic group, smoking status and geography) of the study subjects recruited, as well as the properness
of subject matching.
In addition, the CSSF strengthened its sanctions regime (extent and scope of sanctions) and implementation (including administrative fines, injunction orders, and withdrawal of the fit and properness
character of a licensed person); and created a formal enforcement committee which meets on a regular basis.
We construct the walls in Section 1, prove that they are separating in Section 2, and prove properness
of the wall space in Section 3.
R](s) is proper (the properness
is defined as for delay-free systems using the highest s-power).
Advise them of honesty and properness
, or sack them.
precludes the possibility of disjoint decisive coalitions, while collegial rules are those that give at least one individual (belonging to each decisive coalition) a veto; and a collegial rule is oligarchic if the vetoers are decisive by themselves.
While the properness
of the inclusion of the late Billy Wright, whose humble loyalty to the Wolves is beyond challenge, hopefully, in retrospect, the same may be assumed of earlier legends - Billy Bassett (Albion), Sam Hardy (Villa), Harry Hibbs (Birming ham) - and, perhaps, many others.
Risk vulnerability generalizes the concept of properness
(individually undesirable, independent risks are always jointly undesirable) introduced by Pratt and Zeckhauser (1987.
These arbiters of properness
usually get their early training in middle-class homes, then go off to colleges and universities - finishing schools, in effect - where they learn how to talk proper .