In Prospect on 19 November, an astonishing peak of 2,593 was recorded.
But, for “The Prospect Before Us,” Callender was convicted of sedition.
Pulev's team have raised the prospect of fighting outdoors at a Roman amphitheatre in Croatia.
However, prospect theory is not plausible as a normative theory for rational behaviour under risk.
But market rates have come down since, as investors decided that further rate rises were not in prospect.
The F line stop at 15th Street, near Prospect Park, is within walking distance of the neighborhood’s northern reaches.
Fences were eventually mended, Prospect paid, and “everything has been on track” since the beginning of the year, she said.
The prospect of further QE helps to explain why gold, equities and government bonds are all performing well at the same time.
However, it may be pointed out, the relativist should acknowledge that there is no more prospect of rationally resolving disagreements about MMR.
“They can’t cover their costs unless their planes are at least three-quarters full, but, for many passengers, the prospect of flying elbow-to-elbow with strangers is a forbidding prospect.
For a review of the differences between prospect theory and cumulative prospect theory, along with an axiomatization of cumulative prospect theory, see Fennema & Wakker 1997.
However, that must never cause you to become complacent in learning about and understanding who your prospect really is – on a … Continue reading Always Know The Prospect You’re Dealing With →
Kahneman’s research with Amos Tversky on decision making under uncertainty resulted in the formulation of a new branch of economics, prospect theory, which was the subject of their seminal article “Prospect Theory: An Analysis of Decisions Under Risk” (1979).
Analysts said the upbeat mood which led share prices to hit new record levels in the US last month had dissipated as investors weighed up the prospect of slower growth and the receding prospect of Republicans and Democrats in Congress reaching a deal on a new stimulus package.
"As we face the prospect of greater harm, as we face the prospect of a hard, difficult and deadly winter ahead of us without further changes, I hope that in the face of that prospect members will reflect on whether this Senedd should vote today to relax restrictions.
An added concern is the prospect of a slower vaccine rollout, as well as disruption to vaccine supplies, as the EU weights the prospect of export controls on vaccine supplies, thus raising the political temperature amongst those who have managed to coordinate their vaccine rollout program better.
“The prosecution declined to go further by way of explanation than stating that until 29 June, they had proceeded on basis that there was a reasonable prospect of conviction for all three defendants, but on 29 June it concluded after a disclosure exercise on the abuse of process application that there was no such prospect.”
The Times said that while the prospect of reducing troop numbers was not intended to be used as part of a bargaining chip ahead of Mr Trump’s own planned meeting with North Korean Kim Jung-un, it quoted officials who said the prospect of a peace deal could create circumstances in which the number of soldiers could be reduced.
But he would have been appalled at the prospect of people “placidly enjoying...lockdown thanks to Zoom, Netflix and Uber Eats, totally comfortable with the prospect of a future controlled by artificial intelligence and big data”, as Peter Tasker, a pundit based in Tokyo, puts it in Nikkei Asia, alluding to Nietzsche’s “last man”.
His colleague Fintan O'Toole mocks the whole Brexit process as looking like it was "written by the Marx Brothers", and might leave Britain facing the prospect of being "an equal to mighty Liechtenstein" in the European Free Trade Association - not to mention the "surreal" prospect of giving the tiny principality a "say on what happens with the Irish border".
- search for something desirable
Example: prospect a job
- the possibility of future success
Example: his prospects as a writer are excellent
- belief about (or mental picture of) the future
- explore for useful or valuable things or substances, such as minerals
- someone who is considered for something (for an office or prize or honor etc.)
- the visual percept of a region
- a prediction of the course of a disease
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His colleague Fintan O'Toole mocks the whole Brexit process as looking like it was written by the Marx Brothers and might leave Britain facing the prospect of being an equal to mighty Liechtenstein in the European Free Trade Association - not to mention the surreal prospect of giving the tiny principality a say on what happens with the Irish border