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Macroeconomics has no rigorous microeconomic underpinnings, and cannot have them because of the diversity of economic agents and the need to aggregate their behavior.
However, when you examine the exotic underpinnings, unusual materials and extraordinary scientific effort that went into this car, the Insight serves as much as a topic of conversation as it does transportation.
Lacking these disparate and qualitatively different underpinnings, the beliefs of humanist and Christian Scientist, wherever they diverge, might command equal credence.
Hermeneutical theory is applied in chapters discussing underpinnings of Freud, Skinner, Jung, aspects of Christian Anthropology, and much more.
Fantasy lovers will enjoy the mythological underpinnings of the twisting plot.
As a theory of performance, the theoretical underpinnings of the Emotional Competence Inventory are that it is a competency-based methodology with behavioral differentiators based in research that looked at what the outstanding performers did, thought, said and felt that contributed to their success.
For all its underpinnings in realpolitik, the strategy committed the United States to multilateralism.
Most underpinnings change little, although the base engine gets more horsepower, now reaching 153.
We had some dramatic sell-offs, but the underpinnings of the market were very strong.
Byrd manages to retain the story's underpinnings of fantasy, humor, and emotion, while substituting a brilliantly inventive and entertaining update of its content.
MacAyeal of the University of Chicago developed a computer model using data about the ice sheet's underpinnings.
Intelliden's patented technology provides the essential underpinnings for the timely launch and successful delivery of these services.
They reveal the underpinnings of each girl's personality with unfailing precision.
Speaking directly to the audience from time to time, she poses rhetorical questions that have political, social, and artistic underpinnings, or she simply details a technical maneuver.
The Legal Underpinnings of the Relationship: The "Level Playing Field"
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