10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «VENTUROUSNESS»
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River Basin Management IV
This degree of venturousness is based on measurements of cross-sections,
where are located the regions of direct danger A, B, C, D, while they are
proposed respectively regulation and metres, without also to be ignored the
existing legal ...
C. A. Brebbia, K. L. Katsifarakis, 2007
Close Encounters of Empire: Writing the Cultural History of ...
Arguably, the world system's commanders of political economy and power
politics may not grant all that much priority to the interactions and identities,
understandings and misunderstandings, achieved through cultural
venturousness. The third ...
Gilbert Michael Joseph, Catherine LeGrand, Ricardo Donato Salvatore, 1998
The Wesleyan reform union magazine
My natural disposiiion was evinced in deeds of daring and venturousness; not so
much in boldness toward others, as in the exhibition of a self-confidence as to
what I could do, — such as climbing walls, and putting myself in dangerous ...
Studies in the Lexical Field of Expectation
X.3.i Venturousness The quality of being venturous (nouns) ventureship 1583 (1);
venturousness 1583 — ; venturesomeness 1727—. Venturous (adjectives)
venturous 1576 — ; venterous 1578-a1660; venturous 1584 — ; ventrous 1596-
Encyclopaedia Londinensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, ...
Bacon. VENTUROUSNESS, s. Boldness; willingness to hazard. — Her coming
into a place where the walls and cielings were whited over, much offended her
sight, and made her repent her venturousness. Boyle. VENUE, s. [vicinium, Lat.] ...
Applied Sciences and the Environment
So using the aforementioned frequencies together with the moving average
process (which is ideal for long-lasting surveys) the total averaged "
venturousness" is: where: MA(N)-» the moving average (Miller) of N
observations of x, (amount ...
David Almorza Gomar, David Almorza, Héctor M. Ramos, 1998
Federal supplement. [First Series.]
The defendant asserts that the Mississippi Supreme Court in Singleton equated
assumption of risk with conduct by a plaintiff done "in a spirit of fun and
venturousness." The Singleton court stated: We feel that the jury could have
Whisenhunt v. Atlantic Coast Line R. Co., 10 S.E.2d 305, 309, 195 S.C. 213. "
Contributory negligence" (carelessness) and "assumption of risk" (venturousness
) are not synonymous. Haarmeyer v. Roth, 177 N.E.2d 507, 510, 113 Ohio App.
Oil and hydrocarbon spills, modelling, analysis and control
For the scope of the statistical analysis the "venturousness" is used for
comparative purposes (e.g. for the identification of the type of vessel most likely to
provoke oil pollution) and for revealing the trend of some factors throughout time (
e.g. the ...
Reinaldo García-Martínez, C. A. Brebbia, 1998
The Practical Works of the Rev. Richard Baxter, with a Life ...
covetous gaming losing their own, while they gaped after another's; some by
foolish pride, living above their estates, in worldly pomp, in houses, furniture,
apparel, and retinue: some by rash bargains, and covetous venturousness :
some by ...
Richard Baxter, William Orme, 1830