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There’s just a lot of ambiguity and definitions around all of the things that we’re talking about, which makes the consciousness question very complicated.
Contreras, the security director, said he and his staff felt it was important to insert this definition, which previous contracts lacked.Alexandria City Public Schools approves revisions to contract with police|Hannah Natanson|October 30, 2020|Washington Post
At Wednesday’s meeting it reached no agreement on redrawing the boundaries of some localities based on changes to city-area definitions the government uses for other purposes.Federal salaries are lower than the private sector by 23 percent, advisory council reports|Eric Yoder|October 22, 2020|Washington Post
Essentially, it means advertisers will have a common set of definitions, or a baseline, of what is suitable for their ads across 11 categories, including terrorism, debated sensitive social issues and arms & ammunition.As YouTube adopts new standards, the transition from brand safety to suitability is accelerating|Seb Joseph|October 22, 2020|Digiday
Federal health officials issued new guidance on Wednesday that greatly expands the pool of people considered at risk of contracting the novel coronavirus by changing the definition of who is a “close contact” of an infected individual.CDC expands definition of who is a ‘close contact’ of an individual with covid-19|Lena H. Sun|October 21, 2020|Washington Post
Which makes me gravitate towards a more parsimonious explanation: all economists are, definitionally, very good at college.
These plans definitionally can't be underfunded, because there's no promise to pay.Sorry, Folks: One Way or the Other, You'll Never Be Able to Completely Count on Retirement|Megan McArdle|March 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST