Furthermore, it is quite possible that this bias of descriptive language in turn, reflects an actual bias of our emotions and our brain.
There is a need for a consistent and stable definition that is descriptive and unique to silk-producing arthropods.[external_link_head]
Unless we ask these questions, the study will remain static and, to a certain extent, descriptive.
We see these questions not only as searches for answers that are empirical and descriptive.
Tables should have short descriptive titles and should be numbered (1, 2, 3, etc.) as they appear sequentially in the text.[external_link offset=1]
Also, functional meaning in many instances rests on structural units larger than the descriptive elements proposed by researchers of mixed languages.
As was previously mentioned, there is no doubt that descriptive analyses provide only limited insights into remarriage patterns.
She tended to give brief answers and where her answers were longer, they were largely descriptive.
Of course, this is already the case with descriptive ethics.
Much quantitative research is descriptive and seeks empirical generalisation and is therefore inductive.
Accordingly, these descriptive texts will survive over decades and centuries, and beyond the life of the author’s own perspective.[external_link offset=2]
As a result, the estimates in table 3 and elsewhere should clearly be treated as descriptive of patterns, rather than causal in nature.
Most modeling approaches generate descriptive explanations that do not contribute to an understanding of neurobiological mechanisms.
Unlike most adjectives, identifying such lacks descriptive content.
32 cases the verbal noun is bare (or compounded, or modified only by descriptive adjectives, not determiners or quantifiers).
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