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The gift that we have been granted is our individuality but such a variance was never meant to indicate separation for in essence all are still very much connected to the same lifeline

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than that it should come into the hands of a set of people with whom those resolutions could scarce fail to set them in some measure at variance

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The man spoke High Helican, but it had somewhat mutated over the years probably, flex and intonation at wild variance from the original

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It contributed its principles to, and Followers subconsciously drew from these other cults, precepts at variance with the teachings of its founder, Jesus of Nazareth

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This discovery launched him on a road that he was already well qualified to travel, into the paradigm of a new order of belief at sharp variance with long-established Catholic doctrine

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Many of these at first glance seemed at variance with centuries’ old surmises

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He knew there was a built-in variance in the report of history

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enough for Sarah to discount the variance and go with the consensus, putting that

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2 Be not at variance with a rich man, lest he overweigh you, for gold has destroyed many, and perverted the hearts of kings

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Whenever the final outcome is at risk due variation in intermediate phase outcome (ex: effort variance, defect rate, schedule variance, etc) the SQA based on the devised triggers can initiate the causal analysis along with the project manager

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We use (Earned Value – Actual Cost) to calculate Cost Variation, here it its (700 – 900), so -200$ is cost variance at this point in time

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It also shows an openness to cultutral variance that was less

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There is clearly a variance between the philosophical Maimonides and the orthodox

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The weakness of this system is that it allows such a wide variance of belief as to risk believing in nothing

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Also, there may be some variance in the data as a function of its location in the original list; that is the earlier entries (analyzed) may differ in some way from the later entries (not analyzed)

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“Males average five percent larger, but the variance in size among our genders is much greater than that

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“Males average five percent larger, but the variance in size among our genders is much greater than that

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And they who have them half-withered and cracked are both waverers and slanderers [railing against the absent] and never at peace with one another but always at variance

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One easy way to measure volatility is through the use of Bollinger Bands®, which employ standard deviation to measure variance in price

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He would have gone often to hear Jesus teach, but he feared to be seen by the people in attendance upon his teaching, for already were the rulers of the Jews so at variance with Jesus that no member of the Sanhedrin would want to be identified in any open manner with him

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4 It was the apparent misfortune of Abner to be at variance with all of the leaders of the early Christian church

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variance in the amount of time it

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I can’t fathom what, but there is a variance in this Ryder

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Return on a market index) / Variance of the return on the market index

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the market) / Variance of the Return on the Market = ROE x COV(% ∆ Net Income, R

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market) / Variance of R market

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Variance of R market

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expression is then divided by the variance of the market index

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7) The variance of the return on the market

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divided by the market variance

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as COV(ROE(U), R market) / Variance of R market

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market)) (1 / Variance R market) is the beta of the unlevered firm that we stated in step 3

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observing the mean and variance of operating margins, sales, operating income, and capital

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We apply both the mean variance method and the coefficient of

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operating margins of two companies along with a mean variance and a coefficient of

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mirrors operating leverage when costs are stable, its own variance is so volatile that it

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default algorithm accounts for the variance of input, but also accounts for a large

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by the variance of the market: COV( Sales, Market) / Market σ

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the variance when it is squared and multiplied by 1/16, the indicator has some

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THE VARIANCE AND ASSORTED ADAPTATIONS

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The formula for the variance is ∑ (X - µ) / N

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It is more commonly used in finance than the variance because it has a close relationship with the mean, and can be used in

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In the above sequence of (1,2,3,4,5), we found that the variance was

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much applied adaptation of the variance is termed “the covariance” For example, if I am

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The covariance is the same as the variance in this case and the two standard

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variance sums only those data points that are less than the mean, but uses the entire sample

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To use the semi variance, we form a function that will yield the risk of being below

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The lower partial moment will yield the same results as the semi variance when the

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While the semi variance is always squared, the positions of the mean and individual data

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This resulting figure is the estimated variance

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0625 (range) = variance, thus: √ (0

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∑ (X - µ) / (N - 1) for the sample variance and the application of a square root for the 2

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If the denominator were “15”and not “14”, the variance would have been calculated as

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THE MEAN - VARIANCE - This is a major but often neglected indicator of risk

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variance, we merely divide the mean into the standard deviation

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(i) = variance of population (i), and σ (j) = variance of population (j)

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σ (i) + σ (j) + (2)(∑ COV i j) Just as with any variance, we merely apply the square root to the function to obtain a standard deviation

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The reader will observe that the largest amount of variance was derived from stock

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good estimator of a population, depending on the size of the variance and by default, the

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variance of costs would separate them

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The surgeon’s demeanour projected a strong variance and lack of sincerity

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A variance that can be estimated from a smaller sample from the population with N -

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and then square that number to obtain an estimated variance

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Thus, the estimated variance

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Tam was a typical Tarmorian—a race that had no variance in color from one person to the next

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While one country's cooking measurements is different from another, the difference is minimal, at most, within a 2 or 3 teaspoon variance, and will not affect your cooking results

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"For I am come to set a man at variance against his father, and the daughter against her mother, and the daughter in law against her mother in law

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“Chester, do you see any chance of a variance from the predictions?”

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A variance of reflective light on his monitor soon indicated his mother had stepped into the room

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But then, why should they, anyway? Won’t the male dominated society seek to straightjacket them as role models to self-serve man’s interests, and judge them on the scale of conformity? Since the male tenets are at variance with the feminine instincts, don’t women come to pretend? And, unable to comprehend women, won’t the confounded men end up according the benefit of doubt to them, at every turn

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To calculate the variance for each activity completion time, if three standard deviation times were selected for the optimistic and pessimistic times, then there are six standard deviations between them, so the variance is given by: [(Pessimistic - Optimistic) / 6 ] 2

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But since realized sages dwell in the essence, they can recognize ways that are at variance with it

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'I'd say you would be at variance with the laws of the realm and the well-established practices of orderly commerce

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So there was a lot of variance in risk

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comparison of electrical power and time variance could be calculated

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No sinner, cursed with a body at variance with his soul and able in spite of it to hear the music of heaven and give it exquisite expression, shall ever again be identified by me with what at such great pains he has kept white

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A queer expression was in his eyes as he looked at her, an expression entirely at variance with his calm and good-natured talk, the exceedingly anxious expression of a man who knows his whole happiness is quivering in the balance

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motion was at variance with that of this ancient merchantman

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there is a variance in KYC/AML standards prescribed by the Reserve Bank and the

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His outcome is described in Galatians:5:19-21[19]Now the works of the flesh are manifest, which are these; Adultery, fornication, uncleanness, lasciviousness,[20]Idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, variance, emulations, wrath, strife, seditions, heresies,[21]Envyings, murders, drunkenness, revellings, and such like: of the which I tell you before, as I have also told you in time past, that they which do such things shall not inherit the kingdom of God

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The presence, in each instant, of an abundant variance of different-quality dynamics of the skrruullerrt system makes it possible to assume, theoretically, that it is possible to make a conscious Choice at the same instant in each system’s “point” activated in your rotation Cycle

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are in this matter at variance with him no less than with

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“The plans we have set before us have generated much debate and variance

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Our clergy and the wise men are at variance again

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, that the Bible writers of all ages use the same terms throughout 10 denote the final curse of God on sin; and hence the 'popular and scientific’ are not only not at variance, but coincide

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On a subject so overpowering I desire to speak with profound caution and reserve; but I acknowledge that the positiveness with which both good and bad men at the present time decide against any retributive infliction, seems to me at variance both with Scripture and the analogies of the world that now is

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"What! dost thou still persist, Sancho," said Don Quixote, "in saying, thinking, believing, and maintaining that my lady Dulcinea was sifting wheat, that being an occupation and task entirely at variance with what is and should be the employment of persons of distinction, who are constituted and reserved for other avocations and pursuits that show their rank a bowshot off? Thou hast forgotten, O Sancho, those lines of our poet wherein he paints for us how, in their crystal abodes, those four nymphs employed themselves who rose from their loved Tagus and seated themselves in a verdant meadow to embroider those tissues which the ingenious poet there describes to us, how they were worked and woven with gold and silk and pearls; and something of this sort must have been the employment of my lady when thou sawest her, only that the spite which some wicked enchanter seems to have against everything of mine changes all those things that give me pleasure, and turns them into shapes unlike their own; and so I fear that in that history of my achievements which they say is now in print, if haply its author was some sage who is an enemy of mine, he will have put one thing for another, mingling a thousand lies with one truth, and amusing himself by relating

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I strive to make peace between those whom I know to be at variance; I am the devoted servant of Our Lady, and my trust is ever in the infinite mercy of God our Lord

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Grote has remarked, is a wonderful thing, that one of the wisest and best of men should have entertained ideas of morality which are wholly at variance with our own

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Nor did he recognize that in the dialectical process are included two or more methods of investigation which are at variance with each other

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'although every one may hear of ravenous dogs and wolves and cruel man-eaters, it is not easy to find states that are well and wisely governed,' are curiously at variance with the notions of his age and indeed with his own life

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There is no touch of satire which strikes deeper than his quiet remark that the greater part of the precepts of Christ are more at variance with the lives of ordinary Christians than the discourse of Utopia ('And yet the most part of them is more dissident from the manners of the world now a days, than my communication was

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Neither is this divine form of goodness wholly separable from the ideal of the Christian Church, which is said in the New Testament to be 'His body,' or at variance with those other images of good which Plato sets before us

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How good of you, I said; but I should like to know also whether injustice, having this tendency to arouse hatred, wherever existing, among slaves or among freemen, will not make them hate one another and set them at variance and render them incapable of common action?

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And the creation of health is the institution of a natural order and government of one by another in the parts of the body; and the creation of disease is the production of a state of things at variance with this natural order?

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And is not the creation of justice the institution of a natural order and government of one by another in the parts of the soul, and the creation of injustice the production of a state of things at variance with the natural order?

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Well, and is not this one quality, to mention no others, greatly at variance with present notions of him?

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No, I repeat again, that nothing shall induce me to renew attempts evidently at variance with the Almighty's pleasure

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It was a text which might seem to the casual observer at variance with the lofty morality elsewhere preached by Jesus Christ

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"Are you at variance with the Englishman?"