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- n. Plural form of versal.
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Plato believed, with the Heracliteans, that there was no knowledge of sensibles because they exhibited no constant state, but that there was knowledge of uni - versals and in particular of the sort of universals that
A reason for the difference in treatment of reversals between investments in equity and debt instruments is that it is more difficult to objectively distinguish re - versals of impairment losses from other increases in fair value for investments in equity instru - ments.