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  • n. Plural form of variance.

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Examples

  • I see that the EU is included this year, I wonder when all the EU countries appear under the heading of EU with just their small remaining variances from the EU norm listed?

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  • If you look at the world macro type of situation, shorter-term variances will be driven by prices.

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  • This might explain these variances, which is probably tells the recent history of the accretion disk in the lines themselves.

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  • This underestimation of the variances is a consequence of using the residual covariance matrix of the regularized regression model in place of the unknown conditional covariance matrix of the imputation error cf. section 3a.

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  • There are thousands of Christian variances, which is what happens when you leave it up to individual interpretation of a very complex library of books such as the Bible using Old Testament as guidelines after Christ brought us the new commandment is just being very ignorant.

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  • The preferences key to control whether TextWrangler ignores RCS keyword variances when comparing is now Diff: IgnoreRCSKeywords, as in:

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  • And in terms of your forecast of flat potash shipments for 2009, what are the major geographic variances, that is, which geographic areas do you think to be meaningfully up and which ones to be meaningfully down?

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  • A combination of other exceptions to the rules (known as variances) and the fact that the Department never held a promised meeting with all parties, including Consumer Watchdog, to work out the competing analyses, led the overall rate change to be $140 million too rich for Auto Club.

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  • To extend my first point, like any corporation who must look to please their stockholders they need any edge they can get, and that edge is the ear of the politician who is in the position to get "variances" to long standing rules which never are changed for the regular joe business or jane citizen.

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  • Until we get planning folks who do not make "variances" a way of life, then the new code will work.

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