Thus, an equivalent definition of properness
is: [for all]w, y, [??]: Eu(w + [??]) [less than or equal to] u(w) implies
Another semantic facet of the term that links up with the notion of properness
is that of accuracy (example 28), which springs from the reading exactly (example 29), also present since Old English times and related to other terms within the broader onomasiological picture.
Significantly, counterinsurgency operations demand a double assessment of civilian casualties and civilian property damage because of the focus on provision of safety and security to the local population and because the "properness
" of military action must be evaluated differently.
The following properness
constraints must be satisfied: [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] = 1.
If the court meets in secret, exactly how can this "properness
" be judged?
What have been regarded as formal devices for signalling "name-hood", "properness
", and so on, are part of a language's derivational morphology.
We now state a formal definition of properness
, following Bailey (1973).
Three points should be discussed here: cost, properness
Marriage is to guarantee not only manly dignity, but also properness
, propriety, and essentiality.
meant that--now and again--she could, perfectly properly, invite their daughter to visit her in the evening to discuss her poetry-writing (Caroline had won the headmistress's Prize for Poetry in her last year at school).
But in Uncivilised, Beatrice has a more missionary-like properness
. Apart from the scene in which she is under the influence of Pituri, Beatrice comports herself within a framework of respectability.
Understanding how display features and eye movement characteristics are related to search time in visual search tasks would allow one to evaluate the properness
of the display layout or format using eye movement characteristics.
"Maybe because I was born in freedom and raised in a household of properness
and had a good, solid education in many disciplines, it did not occur to me that I would ever be considered less valuable than anyone else or discriminated against simply because I was a displaced victim of war.
Due to the damages of buildings and infrastructures, these facilities need to be evaluated for future use and properness
. This will take time before they can be reutilised.
(13) Royle defines "the uncanny [as] a crisis of the proper: it entails a critical disturbance of what is proper (from the Latin proprius, 'own'), a disturbance of the very idea of personal or private property including the properness
of proper names, one's so-called 'own' name, but also the proper names of others, of places, institutions and events.