exchangeability

NOUN
  1. the quality of being capable of exchange or interchange
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How To Use exchangeability In A Sentence

  • For the body that stands for exchangeability and use is female.
  • It does not require exchangeability of that which is called an asset; therefore it allows all expenditures to be considered for inclusion as assets.
  • Ideally, each set should be a complete set, a randomly chosen subset, or, at the very least, an arbitrary subset based on some factor (typically, experimental convenience) extraneous to the issues raised by exchangeability.
  • He advocates criteria such as exchangeability for assets and future cash outflows for liabilities.
  • It is categorically mistaken to wish, as Bloom does, for limitless exchangeability in the sphere of familial relations, just as it is categorically mistaken to wish for absolute difference or singularity in the sphere of civic finance.
  • It does not require exchangeability, and therefore it allows all expenditures to be considered for inclusion as assets.
  • If needed, the missing values may be interpolated by averaging the exchangeability-as-source of the source amino acid, and the exchangeability-as-destination of the destination amino acid.
  • The cinematic image is freed from its traditional image character through the exchangeability and simulation of its signifiers.
  • The facility with which extensions to the coalescent can be made depends on this problem of exchangeability.
  • Value value val-yü n. 1: the desirability of something, in respect to usefulness and/or exchangeability 2: worth or importance Higgins Hockey Fantasy Index 2010–2011
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