Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of arithmetic.

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Examples

  • No rule stands if they're losing, and yet they still have a crowd so deficient in arithmetics that they've adopted the untested constantly wavering Clintons quantitative formula.

    Poll: Obama leads in Montana

  • However, none of the nonpower arithmetics studied so far nor other alternative redundant representations are able to match the actual degeneracy of the genetic code.

    The Weasel Thread

  • The idea that the Labour Party for argument's sake might end up in government with the BNP just because it make parliamentary arithmetics sense is what is being experimented here.

    'New politics' claim a sham, senior Conservative MP warns David Cameron

  • Or primitive arithmetics of “killing few to save the majority of worse faith”.

    Obama and the law: about that little thing called “procedure”

  • Axiomatic basis can be different: Euclidean geometry, arithmetics, one or another religeous credo, Roman civil law or English common law, but thinking skills involved are just the same.

    Why all those SCOTUS Catholics and Jews?

  • In reality, half of the general population is not educable above elementary literacy and arithmetics, and only one in ten capable operate high level abstractions.

    Those crazy intellectuals

  • An atheist could still try to deny the existence of the idea of God on the grounds that there are only finitely many natural laws, i.e. ideas, in the platonic world, but this can be refuted by using the Goedel theorem: A theory of everything should explain mathematics, and by Goedel´s theorem there is no closed mathematical system which contains the arithmetics.

    Post-Christian America

  • "He must learn proper French and arithmetics and law and become a dottore at the university."

    In memory of absent friends

  • "He must learn proper French and arithmetics and law and become a dottore at the university."

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • ExampleVW does however introduce an innovative tutorial system, which soon gets adopted in every 3rd school in Europe for teaching 2nd grade arithmetics

    Do Virtual Worlds Ever Fail?

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