"we are positive the A26 will perform reliably in our HX Series and HV Series concrete mixer trucks [and] will cover the cost of repair or replacement of your barrel if it is damaged by warrantable
An audit of the first author's thematic analysis was conducted by the second author, to ensure that the themes identified were warrantable
It suggests that to be credible a paradigm needs to depend on warrantable
assumptions or to rely on metaphors that are illuminating rather than misleading.
[S]hould an unwarrantable measure of the federal government be unpopular in particular States, which would seldom fail to be the case, or even a warrantable
measure be so, which may sometimes be the case, the means of opposition to it are powerful and at hand.
His topics are case selection, data collection, observation, asking questions, analyzing artefacts, data integration, warrantable
research, ethical issues, and holistic integrationism.
He called it an un warrantable
failure, with high negligence and set a penalty of $2,OOO.
In that initial work, sources were categorized as to whether they could be considered research (quantitative or qualitative) or not and whether or not the authors' conclusions could be considered valid and warrantable
. Validity was determined by using criteria for rigorous qualitative/naturalistic research as suggested by Lincoln, Guba, and others.
The shared characteristics amongst these works and Gilead make a comparison intriguing, and Robinson's generosity of spirit regarding the Puritans makes them warrantable
. In content and concern, Gilead most resembles Anne Bradstreet's "My Dear Children" and Thomas Shepard's Autobiography, both also written by parents contemplating their imminent demise to their children as a vehicle for the transmission of spiritual belief.
Now Fannie and Freddie are saying, 'If we find out that it does not conform, as far as being a warrantable
condo, you now have to buy back the loan; we will not provide the funding for it.' So lenders are being a heck of a lot more picky."
The notion of warrantable
outrage is a key concept in an ecology of democratic argument.
The first section opens with Blair Worden's eloquent piece on 'Shakespeare in Life and Art: Biography and Richard II', in which he notes that while 'There is nothing we can say, with warrantable
confidence, about [Shakespeare's] character or his opinions', we must acknowledge that' no text can be sealed from life' (p.