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- The symbol for the isotope tritium.
- abbreviation tablespoon
- abbreviation tablespoonful
- abbreviation Football tackle
- abbreviation temperature
- abbreviation tenor
- abbreviation tesla
- abbreviation Thursday
- abbreviation thymine
- abbreviation time reversal
- abbreviation township
- abbreviation Tuesday
- abbreviation Sports turnover
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- noun The twentieth
letterof the English alphabet, called teeand written in the Latin script.
- noun The
ordinalnumber twentieth, derived from this letterof the English alphabet, called teeand written in the Latin script.
- noun The twentieth letter of the
basic modern Latin alphabet.
- noun Symbol for
tesla, the SI unit of magnetic flux density.
- noun Symbol for the prefix
- noun genetics
IUPAC1-letter abbreviation for thymine
- noun biochemistry
IUPAC1-letter abbreviation for threonine
- noun mathematics matrix
- abbreviation finance
- abbreviation stock symbol AT&T
- abbreviation rail transport, in multiple unit formations
- abbreviation Popular term for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, or
MBTA; specifically, referring to the subwayor train. E.g.: "I'm going to take the T"
- abbreviation sports The sports statistic for
tiesin a given period under a given criteria
- abbreviation basketball
- abbreviation American Library Association
Abbreviationof twentieth, a book size range (12.5-15 cm in height).
transgender( TG) or transsexual( TS) (used in contrast to cisgender Mor F)
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From the B-Theorist perspective, perhaps when we talk about redemption, we really mean that the temporal part of a person at some time T is morally better than the temporal part of a person at some earlier time T*.
In fact if we carry out this construction not just for a single structure A but for a family of models of a theory T, always using the same defining formulas, then the resulting structures will all be models of a theory T² that can be read off from T and the defining formulas.
Then a state is operationally separated with respect to T if T's application does not change the result of applying the state to any element of the other subalgebra: it is operationally separable with respect to T if it is operationally separated, either with respect to T, or with respect to some other operation T* that coincides with the action of T on the other subalgebra.
Rather he suggests a lot of special reduction relations which can be combined appropriately to connect two theories T and T².
Thus, Schaffner (1976, p. 618) holds that T reduces T² if and only if there is a corrected version of T², call it T²* such that
T, and the terms of T² are understood to have approximately the same meanings that they have in T, then Nagel calls the reduction of T² by T
There is nothing wrong with the VS observation about the fact that the variance of an estimate T* in an inverse regression is less than the variance of the target T, i.e.
T produces a second theory, T*, which has the same theoretical virtues as T but a smaller set of ontological commitments.
Occam's Razor may be formulated as an epistemic principle: if theory T is simpler than theory T*, then it is rational (other things being equal) to believe T rather than T*.
Let T be the total science of the time, and let T* be a theory empirically equivalent to T with respect, not to their observational consequences, but with respect to their consequence regarding the phenomena in D.