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Law-enforcement officials consider a nonnumerical limit to be unworkable and unsafe.
You may argue that these students could have excelled in nonnumerical areas, like written assessments, college activities and the statements of applicants.
It seems more than coincidence that almost all the students with strong enough nonnumerical qualifications to overcome substandard grades and scores were members of minorities.
They estimated that about 20 percent of existing khipu were "clearly nonnumerical" and could have been examples of an early form of writing.
Note also how model theory has been employed to formalize and reason about such emphatically nonnumerical subjects as semantics and pragmatics of natural languages.
Although they were probably mainly accounting tools, a growing number of researchers now think that some khipu were nonnumerical and may have been an early form of writing.
In educational psychology, qualitative research is used to address questions concerned with developing an understanding of the meaning and collecting nonnumerical relevant data to gain insights into particular phenomenon.
Most women in the retail industry handle merchandising, visual display and marketing, all of the soft, nonnumerical and intuitive tasks that rely on instinct more than on facility with a calculator.
Those who believe the nonnumerical quipu were just personal mnemonic devices cite a 17th-century Jesuit chronicler who reported that each quipu maker could understand only his own quipu, not those of others.
But the Russians surely must expect NATO's greater nonnumerical assets - such as its technological superiority and its higher state of battle readiness - somehow to be factored into the asymmetrical reductions.
Another form of nonnumerical denomination is that used for rate change stamps, in which the timing and politics of the rate-setting process is such that the stamps must be printed before the rate is known.
Georgetown, in at least some cases, considers more than Law School Aptitude Test scores and grade point averages in granting admission, but the nonnumerical information that suffices to grant admission to blacks with low scores does not suffice for whites.
But Professor Rouse, a colleague of Professor Krueger who also participated in the conference call today, said she had drawn that conclusion using "nonnumerical methodology" rather than from a review of any randomized study like the one done in New York.
Here we might rely on qualitative information, such as the estimates of knowledgeable officials of demand and supply (judgmental, Page 89 GAO/PEMD-91-10.1.9 Case Study Evaluations Method of Data Collection numerical) or of severity of the problem (judgmental, nonnumerical).
We might also interview selected low-income families with regard to their experience in seeking housing or we might, as participant-observers, pose as low-income applicants and report our own experiences in finding housing for families of different sizes and within different payment ranges (judgmental, numerical, and nonnumerical).
Qualitative Data Information based on judgments (such as the estimated speed of a UFO) which may be expressed in numerical or nonnumerical ways and data that may not be based on judgments (such as state of birth) but are not meaningfully expressed numerically.