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Adequacy Ratio quotes by Lawrence Hargrave
#1. It becomes a giant's task to compute the result when the effect of cross seas, wind at all angles and ever varying force, arched surfaces, head resistance, ratio of weight to area, and the intelligence of the guiding power crop up. #Quote by Lawrence Hargrave
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Mark A. Noll
#2. In i86o the income of the nation's churches and religious voluntary societies came quite close to matching the total receipts of the federal government. Today the ratio of annual federal income to annual religion-related giving is about twenty-five to one. #Quote by Mark A. Noll
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Darrin Crescenzi
#3. Golden Ratio is a powerful mathematical constant woven into the very fabric of biology. It is the unique visual tension between comforting symmetry and compelling asymmetry, and its thoughtful application can bring beauty and harmony and intrigue to all manner of designed things. #Quote by Darrin Crescenzi
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Charles Darwin
#4. Each organic being is striving to increase in a geometrical ratio ... each at some period of its life, during some season of the year, during each generation or at intervals, has to struggle for life and to suffer great destruction ... The vigorous, the healthy, and the happy survive and multiply. #Quote by Charles Darwin
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Charles H. Kraft
#5. We see God working in terms of Jewish culture to reach Jews, yet, refusing to impose Jewish customs on Gentiles. Instead non-Jews are to come to God and relate to Him in terms of their own cultural vehicles. We see the Bible endorsing, then, a doctrine we call biblical sociocultural adequacy in which each culture is taken seriously but none advocated exclusively as the only one acceptable to God. #Quote by Charles H. Kraft
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Joseph O'Neill
#6. The text makes plain in straightforward terms that I'm signing papers as a mechanical agent; that my signature should for all substantive (as opposed to formal) purposes be treated as that of my principal (i.e., the relevant Batros(es)); that although I might be aware in very broad terms of the nature of the documents, I have no personal knowledge of their contents or any authority or expertise applicable to the contents; that I have accepted my mechanical agency on the basis of appropriate assurances received from my principal as to the lawfulness, efficacy, and adequacy of the papers I sign and the actions or outcomes connected to them; and that my principal, not I, bears all and any relevant responsibility and liability. #Quote by Joseph O'Neill
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Harriot Kezia Hunt
#7. These great improvements of modern times are blessings or curses on us, just in the same ratio as the mental, moral, and religious rule over the animal; or the animal propensities of our nature predominate over the intellectual and moral. The spider elaborates poison from the same flower, in which the bee finds materials out of which she manufactures honey. #Quote by Harriot Kezia Hunt
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Norman L. Geisler
#8. I found it (the word 'mercy') occurs 261 times in the Bible-and seventy-two percent of them are in the Old Testament. That's a three-to-one ratio. Then I studied the word 'love' and found it occurs 322 times in the Bible, about half in each testament. So you have the same emphasis on love in both. #Quote by Norman L. Geisler
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Robert Lawlor
#9. The golden ratio is a reminder of the relatedness of the created world to the perfection of its source and of its potential future evolution. #Quote by Robert Lawlor
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Michio Kaku
#10. (There is a saying among women scientists who attend highly specialized engineering universities, where the girl-to-guy ratio is decidedly in their favor: "The odds are good, but the goods are odd.") #Quote by Michio Kaku
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Katherine Porter
#11. In the mid-1980s, the ratio of debt to personal disposable income for American households was 65 percent. During the next two decades, U.S. household leverage more than doubled, reaching an all-time high of 133 percent in 2007. #Quote by Katherine Porter
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Jim Rohn
#12. Our philosophy about activity and our attitude about hard work will affect the quality of our lives. What we decide about the rightful ratio of labor to rest will establish a certain work ethic. That work ethic - our attitude about the amount of labor we are willing to commit to future fortune - will determine how substantial or how meager that fortune turns out to be. #Quote by Jim Rohn
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Robin Sloan
#13. You know, old books are a big problem for us. Old knowledge in general. We call it OK. Old knowledge, OK. Did you know that ninety-five percent of the internet was only created in the last five years? But we know that when it comes to all human knowledge, the ratio is just the opposite - in fact, OK accounts for most things that people know, and have ever known. #Quote by Robin Sloan
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Louis De Bonald
#14. Father, mother, child, which express both the union of the sexes and de production of the being, can only be considered dependently on one another, and relatively to one another. A woman could exist without the existence of a man; but there is no mother if there is no father, nor a child without both of them. Each one of these ways of being presumes and recalls the other two; that is to say, they are relative. Considered thus, they are called relationships, in Latin, ratio; father, mother, child are persons, and their union forms the family. The union of the sexes, which is the foundation of all these relationships, is called marriage. #Quote by Louis De Bonald
Adequacy Ratio quotes by John Perkins
#15. The income ratio of the one-fifth of the world's population in the wealthiest countries to the one-fifth in the poorest went from 30 to 1 in 1960 to 74 to 1 in 1995.3 The United States spends over $87 billion conducting a war in Iraq while the United Nations estimates that for less than half that amount we could provide clean water, adequate diets, sanitation services, and basic education to every person on the planet.4 #Quote by John Perkins
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Matt Taibbi
#16. When I heard the book (Thomas Friedman's latest) was actually coming out, I started to worry. Among other things, I knew I would be asked to write the review. The usual ratio of Friedman criticism is 2:1, i.e., two human words to make sense of each single word of Friedmanese. Friedman is such a genius of literary incompetence that even his most innocent passages invite feature-length essays. #Quote by Matt Taibbi
Adequacy Ratio quotes by William Peter Blatty
#17. Oh, I think so. Yeah. Oh, well, sure. A 'type-token' ratio, I suppose, would be as good a way as any to work that out, and with samples of a thousand words or more, you could just check the frequency of occurrence of the various parts of speech." "And would you call that conclusive?" "Pretty much. You see, that sort of test would discount any change in the basic vocabulary. It's not the words but the expression of the words; the style. We call it 'index of diversity.' Very baffling to the layman, which, of course, is what we want." The director smiled wryly. Then he nodded at the tape in Karras's hands. "And so this other person's voice is on that one?" "Not exactly." "Not exactly? #Quote by William Peter Blatty
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Ibrahim Ibrahim
#18. The 5/6 ratio was devised to count the lunar phases and the rest sixth portion was dedicated to the House of the Sun (i.e. the Eastern Portal) whence the Royal Cubit were derived! #Quote by Ibrahim Ibrahim
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Johannes Kepler
#19. Geometry has two great treasures; one is the Theorem of Pythagoras; the other, the division of a line into extreme and mean ratio. The first we may compare to a measure of gold; the second we may name a precious jewel. #Quote by Johannes Kepler
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Ram Dass
#20. My whole academic career was totally out of Jewish anxiety, and issues surrounding achievement and adequacy. #Quote by Ram Dass
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Jeff Baena
#21. When you are a writer the assist-to-turnover ratio ... there are a lot more turnovers than assists. It's just the nature of the beast. #Quote by Jeff Baena
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Kelly Williams Brown
#22. Step 17: Get used to giving more than you get.
A natural transition, as we go from being kids to adults, is to go from being self-oriented to other-oriented. When we're little, all this love flows to us, and none is expected back. That ratio has now changed, and if you don't acknowledge it, you will not be a pleasant person to be around. #Quote by Kelly Williams Brown
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Frederick Soddy
#23. Mankind has always drawn from outside sources of energy. This island was the first to harness coal and steam. But our present sources stand in the ratio of a million to one, compared with any previous sources. The release of atomic energy will change the whole structure of society. #Quote by Frederick Soddy
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Warren Buffett
#24. The banking business is no favorite of ours. When assets are twenty times equity - a common ratio in this industry - mistakes that involve only a small portion of assets can destroy a major portion of equity. And mistakes have been the rule rather than the exception at many major banks. #Quote by Warren Buffett
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Schwaller De Lubicz
#25. The impulse to all movement and all form is given by [the golden ratio], since it is the proportion that summarizes in itself the additive and the geometric, or logarithmic, series. #Quote by Schwaller De Lubicz
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Alan Cohen
#26. Spirit Math: The quality of your life equals the ratio of appreciation to complaint. #Quote by Alan Cohen
Adequacy Ratio quotes by John Durant
#27. Even though a strict reading of a Paleolithic diet would include cannibalism, it is a practice that I have to discourage. Modern people have a much higher ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids due to their grain-based diets; carry a wide variety of chronic infections; have destroyed their liver with excessive consumption of alcohol and fructose; and contain many environmental toxins. That said, if one were to incorporate cannibalism into 'eating paleo,' it would be healthiest to eat people who strictly adhered to the guidelines in this book. #Quote by John Durant
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Emily Dickinson
#28. For each ecstatic instant
We must an anguish pay
In keen and quivering ratio
To the ecstasy. #Quote by Emily Dickinson
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Allie Brosh
#29. Fear and shame are the backbone of my self-control. They are my source of inspiration, my insurance against becoming entirely unacceptable. They help me do the right thing. And I am terrified of what I would be without them. Because I suspect that, left to my own devices, I would completely lose control of my life. I'm still hoping that perhaps someday I'll learn how to use willpower like a real person, but until that very unlikely day, I will confidently battle toward adequacy, wielding my crude skill set of fear and shame. #Quote by Allie Brosh
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Ken Livingstone
#30. When I was leader of the GLC, by the time I had been in control for three years, the difference in pay between the cleaner and the director general was a four-to-one ratio. I find that attractive. #Quote by Ken Livingstone
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Michael Pollan
#31. The ratio of feed to flesh in chicken, the most efficient animal by this measure, is two pounds of corn to one of meat, which is why chicken costs less than beef. #Quote by Michael Pollan
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Willem Witteveen
#32. The golden ratio, as well as the Great Pyramid as an expression of it, is an important key to our universe containing the Earth and the Moon. ... The ratio between the Earth and the Moon is in fact the basis for the mathematical concept of 'squaring the circle' ... #Quote by Willem Witteveen
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Neal A. Maxwell
#33. Finally, we can accept this stunning, irrevocable truth: Our Lord can lift us from deep despair and cradle us midst any care. We cannot tell him anything about aloneness or nearness! ... He who cannot lie, will atteast to our adequacy with the warm words, Well Done. #Quote by Neal A. Maxwell
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Anna Funder
#34. In Hitler's Third Reich it is estimated that there was one Gestapo agent for every 2000 citizens, and in Stalin's USSR there was one KGB agent for every 5830 people. In the GDR, there was one Stasi officer or informant for every sixty-three people. If part-time informers are included, some estimates have the ratio as high as one informer for every 6.5 citizens. #Quote by Anna Funder
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Jon Krakauer
#35. Books possess an ounce-of-weight to minute-of-entertainment ratio that compares quite favorably to intoxicants. #Quote by Jon Krakauer
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Murray N. Rothbard
#36. Any increase in the relative size of government in the economy, therefore, shifts the societal consumption-investment ratio in favor of consumption, and prolongs the depression. #Quote by Murray N. Rothbard
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Kathleen Stassen Berger
#37. Although all new talkers say names, use similar sounds, and prefer nouns more
than other parts of speech, the ratio of nouns to verbs and adjectives varies
from place to place (Waxman et al., 2013). For example, by 18 months, Englishspeaking infants speak far more nouns than verbs compared to Chinese or Korean
infants. Why?
One explanation goes back to the language itself. The Chinese and Korean
languages are "verb-friendly" in that verbs are placed at the beginning or end of
sentences. That facilitates learning. By contrast, English verbs occur anywhere in
a sentence, and their forms change in illogical ways (e.g., go, gone, will go, went).
This irregularity may make English verbs harder to learn, although the fact that
English verbs often have distinctive suffixes (-ing, -ed) and helper words (was, did,
had) may make it easier (Waxman et al., 2013). #Quote by Kathleen Stassen Berger
Adequacy Ratio quotes by John Michell
#38. The water beneath the Temple was both actual and metaphorical, existing as springs and streams, as spiritual energy, and as a symbol of the receptive or lunar aspect of nature.

The meaning of that principle is too wide and elusive for it to be given any one name, so in the terminology of ancient science it was given a number, 1,080. Its polar opposite, the positive, solar force in the universe, was also referred to as a number 666.

These two numbers, which have an approximate golden-section relationship of 1:1.62, were at the root of the alchemical formula that expressed the supreme purpose of the Temple. Its polar opposite, the positive, solar force in the universe, was also referred to as a number 666. Not merely was it used to generate energy from fusion of atmospheric and terrestrial currents, but it also served to combine in harmony all the correspondences of those forces on every level of creation. #Quote by John Michell
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Tommy Wiseau
#39. Any filmmaker, big directors, and I'm not dropping any names - I actually have couple names I want to say, but I will not - we have a ratio. Each thing you repeat, my ratio is one to four.Actually some people are ratio one to 34. I know couple directors, big directors, they are just shooting over and over. #Quote by Tommy Wiseau
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Fumio Sasaki
#40. The Great East Japan Earthquake was said to be so large that it should only happen once every thousand years. I recall hearing someone say that our history from the year 0 through 2000 is the equivalent of twenty old ladies living to the age of one hundred. If that earthquake really was a once-in-a-thousand-years event, it would mean that two of those twenty old ladies would have been affected. Is that a high ratio or is it low? #Quote by Fumio Sasaki
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Lincoln Davis
#41. We have lost one shuttle for every 57 flights and that is not a good ratio. I do believe we need to continue space flights, but maybe we can follow the example of the Russians and use unmanned vehicles to transport hardware into space. #Quote by Lincoln Davis
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Ludwig Von Mises
#42. Neither has the wealth of a country any bearing on the valuation of its money. Nothing is more erroneous than the widespread habit of regarding the monetary standard as something in the nature of the shares of the State or the community.
Such observers fail to recognize that the valuation of the rnonetary unit does not depend upon the wealth of the country, but upon the ratio between the quantity of money and the demand for it, so that even the richest country may have a bad currency and the poorest country a good one. #Quote by Ludwig Von Mises
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Luke Rhinehart
#43. Whenever I look at the Western psychotherapies of the last hundred years,' Dr Rhinehart went on, 'it seems to me incredible that no one acknowledges the almost total failure of these therapies to cure human unhappiness. As Dr Raymond Felt has observed: "The ratio of spontaneous remission of symptoms and the rate of supposed 'cures' by the psychotherapies of the various schools has remained essentially the same throughout the twentieth century. #Quote by Luke Rhinehart
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Jarod Kintz
#44. I wrote a song called "Stinky Sodomite." It isn't a pop song, a historical song, or a song condemning homosexuality. Rather, it is a children's song that teaches them how to count. In fact, the only time the words "Stinky Sodomite" appear in the song is in the title. Other tracks on the educational CD include "The Ratio of Fellatio," "Thomas Jefferson's Johnson," and "It's Never Too Early to Ask Your Father About His First Erection. #Quote by Jarod Kintz
Adequacy Ratio quotes by Alexandra Kleeman
#45. I missed you more now than I had when I lost you. I was forgetting the bad things faster than I forgot the good, and the changing ratio felt a little bit like falling in love even though I was actually speaking to you less and less. #Quote by Alexandra Kleeman

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