4 „Formally“ represents a written instrument. Article 1, paragraph 1, of the code does not exclude „written agreements, but their validity should not be considered impaired.“ Lauterpacht and Harvard Research tend to think of them as contracts. Correlation analyses were conducted among all TA variables (NA% and H, FAM, IMA and FREQ). Three elements were removed from the na data as a percentage (0% NA) and one of the NA/H data (the fire hydrant that did not give a name). Vitkovitch, M., Tyrrell, L. (1995). Sources of differences of opinion in the ranking of objects. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 48, 822-848. doi:10.1080/1464074908401419 Deal, as a noun and verb, began to be exchanged in English in the 14th century. We know that it developed from the Anglo-French Bargaigner, which means „bargaining,“ but its history later is unclear. The first known use refers to a company that refers to a discussion between two parties on the terms of the agreement.
The link between TA and other languages for FAM and FREQ suggests that the images and their names are equally familiar to Tunisian and other language speakers. IMA and NA appear to be the most culturally and language-influenced variables in our TA database, as they both have the lowest correlations with standards in the other three languages. In other words, it seems that the ability to generate names for objects represented by images (na) or mental images for object names (IMA) depends heavily on language. This is consistent with similar comparisons in previous normative studies, where it is proven that NA is most affected by cultural differences (Alario-Ferrand, 1999). Dell`Acqua et al., 2000; Manoiloff et al., 2010; Sanfeliu – Fernandez, 1996). Agreements, changes and additions. Changes, additions and additions should be titled amendment, complement or addendum, possibly supplemented by its chronological change number and, on demand, by the term agreement (for example. B Amendment Agreement IV). A subtitle could be added to identify the amended agreement. The bottom line of Table 2 shows the correlations between key variables and RTs. Analysis of the correlation matrix of the gross values of variables revealed the existence of two coefficients greater than .75, the correlations between the length of words in the phonemes and the length of the syllable words, and between the H statistics for the name agreement and the percentage name agreement.