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- abbreviation range (surveying)
- abbreviation Réaumur (scale)
- abbreviation registered trademark
- abbreviation Republican
- abbreviation Ecclesiastical response
- abbreviation right
- abbreviation roentgen
- abbreviation rook (chess)
- abbreviation Baseball run
- A trademark for a movie rating indicating that admission will be granted only to persons of or over a certain age, usually 17, unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.
- The symbol for a hydrocarbon side chain or substituent of variable chemical structure.
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- noun The eighteenth
letterof the English alphabet, called arand written in the Latin script.
- noun The
ordinalnumber eighteenth, derived from this letterof the English alphabet, called arand written in the Latin script.
- noun The eighteenth letter of the
basic modern Latin alphabet.
- noun physics
- noun physics
- noun genetics
IUPAC1-letter abbreviation for any purine
- noun biochemistry
IUPAC1-letter abbreviation for arginine
- abbreviation US politics
right(as opposed to left)
- abbreviation handbells ring
- abbreviation chess
- abbreviation baseball, cricket The statistic reporting the number of
runsscored by a player
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It is interesting that the Drake equation has SFR as the first item R* R star, which was originally given by Drake as "the average rate of star formation in the galaxy"
(Anderson was an R-- a very progressive R, and Rolvaag was DFL).
Recall that a relation R stands to its ancestral R* as the relation is a parent of stands to is an ancestor of.
Joynr post 7/31/7 PA 2298 R 297 R% 12.92 H 538 BA 265 bb/pa 9.09 Slg 449.
S among the members of P, everyone conforms to R; everyone expects everyone else to conform to R; everyone has approximately the same preferences regarding all possible combinations of actions; everyone prefers that everyone conform to R, on condition that at least all but one conform to R; everyone would prefer that everyone conform to R², on condition that at least all but one conform to
And since we all know who is doing it, we should stop arguing No on Prop R-----it is No on Prop R slamdunk--and get the mayor's office to tell us who this sub one percenter is so he can be out of our goverment for good.
You said Hume and any similarly situated agnostic has a defeater for R, a belief to which he is inclined by nature -- and you added that the rational course for them therefore is to give up belief in R-- provided they have no other information about the reliability of their faculties.
We ought to understand that the total interval (0, 1) say, has a probability, but certain point sets in (0, 1), like R or R′, are of type
The conclusion (Tornier, Geiringer) is that to the set R (and to R′) no probability can be assigned in a frequency theory.
The single “trial” consists of as many draws as needed to decide whether this decimal is rational or not (belongs to R or to R′).