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Page 147 of Chemical Engineering Vol. 19, Issue 3 [page]

1918 Chemical Engineering  
It will be seen from the above chart that Smith was an honest man and the amount of heat accounted for did not ever get to an amount over 100 per cent of the heat in the coal that could be accounted for  ...  I have given an example of the management under- estimating the intelligence and powers of observation of the employees. To underestimate the difficulties  ... 

Page 279 of Dramatic Magazine, Embellished With Numerous Engravings of the Principal Performers Vol. 2, Issue [page]

1830 Dramatic Magazine, Embellished With Numerous Engravings of the Principal Performers  
What little plot there is, turns upon the tricks Colonel Asset plays his uncle, Sir bumpkin Pedigree, in order to redeem from his clutches £10,000, which Sir B. holds through some informality in a will  ...  , the Castle; and cordingly leads him to Dover Castle, which Sir Bumpkin very readily mistakes for an un, the officers all being prepared to assist in the plot.  ... 

Honest Iago

Julian Willis Abernethy
1922 Sewanee Review  
From this point interest is concentrated in the plot, not motives of the plot. That crabbed critic, Thomas Rymer, was more than half right:?  ...  Such a tag, or conspicuous sign-board cannot be intended to convey information and keep the mind of the hearer straight as to the characters, for this would be a gross affront to the intelligent  ... 
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Page 298 of Bookman; A Review of Books and Life Vol. 51, Issue 3 [page]

1920 Bookman; A Review of Books and Life  
best for the beloved public; but whether it’s an honest job and there- fore worth the trouble of any honest and at least rudimentarily intelligent reader.  ...  I want a word that will mean beyond doubt the real story, the “‘honest-to-God” story, the story with feet and bowels.  ... 

THE EFFECT OF JAMMING ATTACK DETECTION AND MITIGATION ON ENERGY POWER CONSUMPTION (CASE STUDY IEEE 802.11 WIRELESS AD HOC NETWORK)

Nur Cahyono Kushardianto, Yudhi Kusnanto, Elvian Syafrurizal, Ahmad Hamim Tohari
2015 Jurnal Teknologi  
The authors believe that the increased of the energy consumption, when a jamming attack occurs, can be used as a guiding indicator in order to mitigate the attack.  ...  The authors show that when a reactive jamming attack occurs on a wireless network unmitigated, it can easily block the entire data traffic to the point there is no data can be delivered.  ...  The authors use the Gnuplot aplication to make Graph plot PDR, RSS, and energy consumption from the simulation result.  ... 
doi:10.11113/jt.v77.6660 fatcat:cqqlf3bbufajrljetvtw6v5ahq

Adapting Reinforcement Learning for Trust: Effective Modeling in Dynamic Environments

Özgür Kafali, Pinar Yolum
2009 2009 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Joint Conference on Web Intelligence and Intelligent Agent Technology  
In open multiagent systems, agents need to model their environments in order to identify trustworthy agents.  ...  Building those models requires too many prior interactions to be accurate.  ...  Figure 2 plots the two metrics, comparing Blizzard with Frost in both honest and cheating environments.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wi-iat.2009.67 dblp:conf/webi/KafaliY09 fatcat:7ijoprvwufbtlcx7bzo3tvxxy4

Applicability of Brand Personality Scale in the Indian Context

Dr Anita Kshetri, Dr Bidyanand Jha
2018 International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development  
In today's competitive market, brands have to strive to create a distinct differentiation for the competitive edge and survival.  ...  As the functional differentiation tends to lose the novelty for the consumers, marketers resort to symbolic differences. Brand addresses the symbolic function and symbolic benefit of the brand.  ...  Preferred car brand personality (PBP) An exploratory factor analysis of 15 items (Down-toearth, Honest, Wholesome, cheerful, daring, Spirited, Imaginative, Up-to-date, Reliable, Intelligent, Successful  ... 
doi:10.31142/ijtsrd11324 fatcat:63c6o7c4mvatzgvfxxoxu742em

Page 218 of Overland Monthly and Out West Magazine Vol. 23, Issue 134 [page]

1894 Overland Monthly and Out West Magazine  
Its denoue- ment is fairly intelligible long before it is meant so to be, and the real murderer rather clumsily revealed at the end. 2Mrs. Falchion, By Gilbert Parker.  ...  , is peering in through the same window from the outside.  ... 

Page 347 of The Unitarian Review Vol. 16, Issue 4 [page]

1881 The Unitarian Review  
And as all reform movements must come from the people, so may we hope from that awakening to see our service placed in accord with freedom, and, like England’s, made the ally of intelligence and the friend  ...  “These,” says Burke, “are my sentiments; weak, perhaps, but honest and un- biassed, and submitted to the opinion of grave men, well affected to the constitution of their country.” A. W. JACKSON.  ... 

Page 269 of The Christian Examiner Vol. 72, Issue 2 [page]

1862 The Christian Examiner  
where the plots of despotism had to be undermined, or in the war of creeds that followed out his brave search of truth.  ...  She is no longer the sovereign and guide of the world’s intelligence ; and the sceptre of her august dominion slips slowly, yet surely, from her grasp.  ... 

Page 86 of The Georgia Historical Quarterly Vol. 34, Issue 2 [page]

1950 The Georgia Historical Quarterly  
to encounter owing to no cause which I know of but my real and affection for my Countr\’, her rights and republican principles . . . and which mv honest and stem nature could not silently behold bartered  ...  “In sterling integritx- and honest devotion to the public duty,” \\ rote Baldwin in announcing Jackson’s death, “I have never found his superior.”®’ 11.  ... 

Humor as a Mental Fitness Indicator

Daniel P. Howrigan, Kevin B. MacDonald
2008 Evolutionary Psychology  
The current study lends support to the prediction that effective humor production acts as an honest indicator of intelligence in humans.  ...  Extraversion also predicted raterjudged humor, although to a lesser extent than general intelligence.  ...  Also, the authors would like to thank Nuria Giralt and Steven Teh for their help with data collection. Received 18 August 2008; Revision submitted 23 September 2008; Accepted 7 October 2008  ... 
doi:10.1177/147470490800600411 fatcat:ijqprxbp5bg2xfmnqwk6lrn66a

Page 288 of Appletons' Journal; A Magazine of General Literature Vol. 9, Issue 51 [page]

1880 Appletons' Journal; A Magazine of General Literature  
One gets in love with sturdy strength, honest effort, and the intelligent application of ideas.  ...  These things are there, and they are enough to hold the reader from first to last. But there is more. In this book industry is made romantic.  ... 

Page 590 of The National and English Review Vol. 52, Issue 310 [page]

1908 The National and English Review  
Evidently they were a more intelligent race than he had believed them to be, and the post of ruler was almost idyllic.  ...  and flung their caps in the air when he passed, were hardworking men and women endeavouring to turn an honest penny, many of them full-fledged policemen in civilians’ dress, and the remainder “camelots  ... 

Page 887 of PMLA. Publications of the Modern Language Association of America Vol. 49, Issue 3 [page]

1934 PMLA. Publications of the Modern Language Association of America  
A further modification in his character is the result of his participation in the younger brother plot—a situation from which Vanbrugh derives a type of comedy hitherto unexploited on the Restoration stage  ...  In reality, however, the failure of Vanbrugh in such a scene as that be- tween Worthy and Amanda, so to integrate plot and character as to advance the one, without impeding or destroying the consistent  ... 
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