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  • a  relating to the methodology of some discipline
    methodological errors

  • Other methodological hiccups mar the government's report.
  • Sloan says even attempting to find a scientific basis for a link between prayer and healing is a "fool's errand" and for the most basic methodological reason.
  • A university committee, while acknowledging "methodological flaws" in TT, recommended retaining it in the curriculum, largely on the grounds of "academic freedom.

  • Kevin Rudd in FOXNews
    Our long-term target ...... to reduce our greenhouse emissions by 60 percent by 2050 against 2000 levels is an ambitious target,said Prime Minister Rudd. "We will establish a proper and methodological basis ...... to determine an interim...
  • Steve Poizner in Los Angeles Times
    There will be no rate increases at this point,Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner said. "The application was in error. There were all kinds of methodological mistakes."
  • Mark Regev in Washington Post
    The project will support the development of an institutional and methodological framework for rehabilitation of highly polluted abandoned sites and build human and technical capacity in state agencies for taking projects for reducing the risk of... P Chidambaram Mar 19, 2010 63142 84235 methodologically Olmert's spokesman, Mark Regev, said that Israel had not officially received the report but that it appeared to be fundamentally flawed and methodologically unsound."

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