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We can say, tentatively, that a philosophy of life is a theory of the good conjoined with practical recommendations for attaining the good.
However, the present authors tentatively conclude that diving beetles may emigrate due to density-dependent effects when their populations reach certain but unknown threshold levels.
The existing data tentatively support an association between insecure attachment and disruptive behavior in preschoolers, yet conflicting data exist.
This suggests, a t least tentatively, that the centrifugal instability can be partially responsible for initiating the brick pattern.
It turns out that answering this question, even tentatively, is as difficult as trying to puzzle out what makes a good song.
Plates were checked daily for bacterial growth, and colonies tentatively identified as bartonella (based on colony morphology) were streaked onto clean plates.
His proposal included allowing a defeasible reasoner to draw conclusions tentatively, sometimes retracting them later, and perhaps reinstating them still later and so on.
Melting is tentatively deduced to have commenced at + 100 km, straddling the garnet-spinel transition.
It thus becomes possible tentatively to describe this modality of proof as resulting from the superposition of two distinct processes.
If so, then the third prediction on the timing of unique syntactic errors is also, though tentatively, supported.
Without further investigation of this phenomenon from other studies, this issue can only be addressed very tentatively.