The assumption of narrowly self-interested preferences is very restrictive.
More narrowly, the term designates the thought of the French philosopher Auguste Comte (1798–1857).
In another recording, senators are rushed from the building, narrowly missing the insurrections by just “58 steps”.
Minutes later it exploded and crashed down, narrowly missing the village of Khalaj Abad, an earlier Times video reconstruction, below, shows.
In 1960 the Communist party congress narrowly endorsed Khrushchev’s doctrine of peaceful coexistence with the West.
Narrowly construed, modal logic studies reasoning that involves the use of the expressions ‘necessarily’ and ‘possibly’.
This diversity generally provides greater stability at times when other states with more narrowly based industries suffer.
Polls show that Quebeckers’ appetite to reopen the debate over their status has dwindled since a referendum on independence was narrowly defeated in 1995.
The authors compared countries that narrowly qualified for the African Cup of Nations in recent years with those that narrowly missed out.
North Carolina is a classic swing state, narrowly electing a Democratic governor in 2016 even as it narrowly chose Donald Trump for president.
The term acquisition is preferred to “learning,” because “learning” tends to be used by psychologists in a narrowly technical sense, and many psycholinguists believe that…
"The Government may only use Section 702 to acquire foreign intelligence information, which is specifically, and narrowly, defined in the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
After multiple lawsuits, layoffs, and a federal allegation that Holmes had conducted "massive fraud," Theranos closed its doors in September 2018, narrowly avoiding bankruptcy.
Bernie Sanders narrowly leading Mayor Pete Buttigieg in the popular vote and statistically tied in state-delegate equivalents (SDEs), the metric usually used to determine the winner.
"Consultancies such as Deloitte Digital, with in-house creative and advertising capabilities, have much more to offer than ad agencies who acquire small, narrowly-targeted consulting companies."
In the state’s most closely watched congressional primary, the longtime Chicago-area Representative Daniel Lipinski narrowly defeated a challenger from the left, Marie Newman, according to the A.P.
Kim Beattie, Ruth Shevelan and Kirsty Way were narrowly beaten to gold by the USA in the double mini trampoline event, while the trampoline trio of Laura Gallagher, Isabelle Songhurst and Olympic silver medallist Bryony Page finished behind hosts Japan.
Evans has become an integral part of Brendan Rodgers' side, helping them achieve Europa League qualification last season and the Foxes are again challenging strongly for a Champions League spot this term after narrowly missing out during the 2019-20 campaign.
Levy Mwanawasa, the protégé of his predecessor, Frederick Chiluba, was sworn in as Zambia's new president, after narrowly winning an election his rivals said was rigged, foreign observers agreed was flawed but was contested by an opposition split into ten parties.
On Tuesday, TC Energy announced it was moving workers from across America into place in states along the pipeline route – although local reporters in Montana discovered they’d actually begun arriving 48 hours earlier, narrowly beating the state imposition of a quarantine.
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