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  • 1 have a propensity for — index gravitate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 Have a good nose for — 1. be able to search out or locate: good nose for bargains ; 2. have a propensity for; good sense of: good nose for business ; nose for pretension …

    Dictionary of Australian slang

  • 3 have a good nose for — Australian Slang 1. be able to search out or locate: good nose for bargains ; 2. have a propensity for; good sense of: good nose for business ; nose for pretension …

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  • 4 propensity — pro|pen|si|ty [prəˈpensıti] n plural propensities [C usually singular] [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: propense tending (16 19 centuries), from Latin, past participle of propendere to lean toward ] formal a natural tendency to behave in a particular… …

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  • 5 propensity — pro‧pen‧si‧ty [prəˈpensti] noun propensities PLURALFORM [countable] 1. a tendency to behave in a particular way: • The plastic bodied car s propensity to catch fire killed demand. 2. marginal propensity to consume ECONOMICS the relationship… …

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  • 6 A-DNA — is one of the many possible double helical structures of DNA. It is a right handed double helix fairly similar to the more common and well known B DNA form, but with a shorter more compact helical structure. A DNA is thought to be one of three… …

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  • 7 Propensity probability — The propensity theory of probability is one interpretation of the concept of probability. Theorists who adopt this interpretation think of probability as a physical propensity, or disposition, or tendency of a given type of physical situation to… …

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  • 8 Propensity score matching — In statistics, propensity score matching (PSM) is one of quasi empirical “correction strategies” that corrects for the selection biases in making estimates. Overview PSM is for cases of causal inference and simple selection bias in non… …

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  • 9 Propensity score — In the design of experiments, a propensity score is the probability of a unit (e.g., person, classroom, school) being assigned to a particular condition in a study given a set of known covariates. Propensity scores are used to reduce selection… …

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  • 10 propensity — [[t]prəpe̱nsɪti[/t]] propensities N COUNT: oft N to inf, N for n A propensity to do something or a propensity for something is a natural tendency that you have to behave in a particular way. [FORMAL] Mr Bint has a propensity to put off decisions… …

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  • 11 propensity score — an assessment of the effect that factors in a person s background have on the probability that they will be chosen for a treatment group in a clinical trial that is less than completely randomized …

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  • 12 Marginal propensity to consume — In economics, the marginal propensity to consume (MPC) is an empirical metric that quantifies induced consumption, the concept that the increase in personal consumer spending (consumption) occurs with an increase in disposable income (income… …

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  • 13 Marginal propensity to import — The marginal propensity to import (MPM) refers to the change in import expenditure that occurs with a change in disposable income (income after taxes and transfers). For example, if a household earns one extra dollar of disposable income, and the …

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  • 14 Ribonuclease A — (RNase A) is an endonuclease that cleaves single stranded RNA. Bovine pancreatic RNase A is one of the classic model systems of protein science.HistoryThe importance of bovine pancreatic RNase A was secured when the Armour Co. (of hot dog fame)… …

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  • 15 Average Propensity To Consume — The average propensity to consume (APC) refers to the percentage of income that is spent on goods and services rather than on savings. One can determine the percentage of income spent by dividing the average household consumption (what is spent)… …

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  • 16 Anatomy of a Murder — Infobox Film name = Anatomy of a Murder image size = 225px caption = film poster by Saul Bass director = Otto Preminger producer = Otto Preminger writer = Story: John D. Voelker Screenplay: Wendell Mayes starring = James Stewart Lee Remick Ben… …

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  • 17 Marginal Propensity To Consume - MPC — A component of Keynesian theory, MPC represents the proportion of an aggregate raise in pay that is spent on the consumption of goods and services, as opposed to being saved. Let s illustrate this with an example. Suppose you receive a bonus with …

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  • 18 Average propensity to save — The average propensity to save (APS), also known as the savings ratio, is an economics term that refers to the proportion of income which is saved, usually expressed for household savings as a percentage of total household disposable income. The… …

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  • 19 Average Propensity To Save — The average propensity to save (APS) is an economic term that refers to the proportion of income that is saved rather than spent on goods and services. Also known as the savings ratio, it is usually expressed as a percentage of total household… …

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  • 20 Exergy — Available energy redirects here. For the meaning of the term in particle collisions, see Available energy (particle collision) .In thermodynamics, the exergy of a system is the maximum work possible during a process that brings the system into… …

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