Moreover, a panel is now allowed to seek information and technical advice from any individual or body which it deems appropriate.
Responses determined to be scorable were utterances that had sufficient structure to be deemed full or partial passive sentences or full or partial active sentences.[external_link_head]
All three use anecdote and narrative to impart to the reader a sense of the lived experience of the poor, ordinary and those deemed anti-social.
Even if a pattern is deemed to be unexpected and valid, it may not be possible to act upon it.
Because these prior studies employed similar methods of data collection, it was deemed reasonable to compile the data together for the present study.
This situation could be deemed problematic on two counts.
This is an aspect of characterization that some critics have deemed proto-modernist.
Moreover, his music may lack innovation and hence be deemed somewhat inconsequential.
Still, the couple deemed it wise to do so, possibly anticipating future problems.
Successful economic development was deemed the key to national survival.
Speculative farmers hope for the occasional extraordinary profits but are deemed mere growers of necessary food.[external_link offset=2]
Such amendments are deemed necessary, since in a world of full insurance coverage individuals would have no incentive to restrict treatment.
We also work up to alpha conversion on processes in transition systems, for which alpha convertible agents are deemed to have the same transitions.
This way the system could pay more attention to the saturation uncommon map if it deems that this map is the salient map.
The attempt to determine the relative importance of each is thus deemed futile and prone to ideological bias.
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