n. (plural of outcome English)
Usage examples of "outcomes".
But those hypothetical outcomes were foreclosed by mammal extinctions thousands of years earlier.
But it was rare for a wess’har because they dealt in outcomes, not should-have-beens.
While motive is irrelevant in outcomes, it’s certainly relevant in understanding someone.
As the link between abortion and crime makes clear, unwanted children—who are disproportionately subject to neglect and abuse—have worse outcomes than children who were eagerly welcomed by their parents.
But because the audit studies can’t measure the actual life outcomes of the fictitious DeShawn Williams versus Jake Williams, they can’t assess the broader impact of a distinctively black name.
Levitt, “Using Repeat Challengers to Estimate the Effect of Campaign Spending on Election Outcomes in the U.
Levitt, “The Effect of School Choice on Student Outcomes: Evidence from Randomized Lotteries,” National Bureau of Economic Research working paper, 2003.
Levitt, “The Impact of School Choice on Student Outcomes: An Analysis of the Chicago Public Schools,” Journal of Public Economics, forthcoming.
As the link between abortion and crime makes clear, unwanted children--who are disproportionately subject to neglect and abuse--have worse outcomes than children who were eagerly welcomed by their parents.
But because the audit studies can't measure the actual life outcomes of the fictitious DeShawn Williams versus Jake Williams, they can't assess the broader impact of a distinctively black name.
The idea that there were an infinite number of Bahzells paired with an infinite number of Walsharnos, each fusion experiencing its own outcomes, fighting its own battles and meeting its own fate, might have made them feel small, and insignificant.
Faction Thilsen seems ready to consider other outcomes than war - Im sure you noted how Meran supported Nerlin today?
The affection he inevitably developed had not had a detrimental effect on the outcomes of any of his negotiations so far.
He knew that she wanted to leave Evral with him and spend some time living together, but he could not make that offer at this stage, not until he had carefully analysed the probable outcomes of each possible course of action.
In short, the variable outcomes of the Austronesian expansion strikingly illustrate the role of food production in human population movements.