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Normally on assignments I tend to spend a lot of time just waiting for moments to unfold.
Along with that, the assignments do not go along with what I’m currently learning at school.
According to Le Canard Enchaine, they drew paychecks not for assignments but for two full-time jobs.
Our first-grader does many of his assignments in SeeSaw, a classroom app used in 75% of schools.
This includes assignments that have reached their maximum length-of-service, where legally allowed."
Later Wednesday, the House Rules Committee debated whether to strip Greene of her committee assignments.
I've had a lot of different assignments and in different geographies, including Canada, Asia, and Europe.
These are just some of the ways in which group assignments can impact on how we learn things, for better or worse.
Such assignments may be devised as a way to keep a former spy busy, said Nigel West, a British intelligence historian.
Those assignments can strengthen and add to their skills — skills that are transferable and can open doors to new opportunities.
At first, I saw a boost in work, an explosion of pandemic-related assignments that carried me through the end of a very busy March.
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As for the PoI’s conflicting probability assignments depending on how possibilities are divided up, some objectivists propose restricting it to avoid these inconsistencies (Castell 1998).
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The laws of probability then are claimed to be constraints on these estimates: putative necessary conditions for minimizing her ‘losses’ in a broad sense, be they monetary, or measured by distances from the assignments of these experts.
Sets of such assignments, called teams for historical reasons, constitute the fundamental semantic notion of team semantics, and formulas are satisfied or not satisfied with respect to them rather than with respect to single assignments.
What an extreme subjectivist, even one who demands regularity, lacks is an analogue of truth, some yardstick for distinguishing the ‘veridical’ probability assignments from the rest (such as the 0.999 one above), some way in which probability assignments are answerable to the world.
McCarthy did not go as far as to say that he supported stripping Greene of her committee assignments, and instead criticized Democrats for "choosing to raise the temperature by taking the unprecedented step to further their partisan power grab regarding the committee assignments of the other party."
To get a compositional and fully abstract semantics, one has to ask not what assignments of variables satisfy a formula, but what sets of assignments satisfy the formula ‘uniformly’, where ‘uniformly’ means ‘independent of assignments to certain variables, as shown by the slashes on quantifiers inside the formula’.
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To get a compositional and fully abstract semantics one has to ask not what assignments of variables satisfy a formula but what sets of assignments satisfy the formula uniformly where uniformly means independent of assignments to certain variables as shown by the slashes on quantifiers inside the formula