Regardless of what you call them, decoys, despite differences in appearance and specific application, share a common denominator in function--to fool approaching fowl within effective shotgun range of a well-hidden blind.
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D stands for Denominator
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Homeland is one such common denominator for people who live in the same country.
This QI is not risk-adjusted, and the denominator is all residents who did not have a fracture on the previous assessment.
INTRODUCTION In a paper, Lucus suggested a model reduction method based on the differentiation technique to overcome the limitations of the method given Lepschy and Viaro , Gutman et al , proposed a reduction method which preserves stability and involves the differentiation of the numerator and denominator polynomials of the original system to reduce the order of the system.
Bland brands aimed at the lowest common denominator are a more recent development.
And how many companies are teetering on the edge of bankruptcy as a result of that denominator being applied?