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How to use imprecision in a sentence

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The real inadequacy of his account lay not in his descriptive approach but in the imprecision of his description.
Life scientists have more money, less oversight, and much more tolerance for imprecision than physicists.
Its only commitments, expressed with imprecision, were to statutory recognition, a minimum wage and adhesion to the EU Social Chapter.
One of the problems with artificial intelligence was that it relied on what is known as predicate logic, which is very intolerant of imprecision.
Are these examples clear, or is there a degree of imprecision in the case law?
There was a good deal of rhetoric, circumlocution and imprecision in language.
The problem with Lichtman's system, however, is that it's traded statistical invalidity for subjective imprecision.
The digital speedometer does not always reflect actual spped, and the same imprecision applies to the bar-type fuel gauge.
The variability of the margin of appreciation has sometimes provoked strong reactions from judges frustrated by its imprecision.
Perhaps this has to do with the imprecision of live recording, but it almost sounds like a bootleg recording.
I have not found firm rulings on these matters, and the imprecision is, I think, deliberate.
The rhythmic imprecision of the triplet in the melody of the synthesizer only adds an extra element of uncertainty to the passage.
Two chief factors are those of narrowness of focus and imprecision of terminology.
Hovering between day and night, light and dark, life and death, twilight is glorious in its very imprecision.
During installation, imprecision can lead to interference with other objects.
On the other hand, disorder and imprecision lead to confusion and ambiguity.
Even so, some imprecision creeps in and the final numbers are slightly off from the beginning ones.
He should remember that such, ahem, imprecision can fatally undermine an already difficult turnaround.
Low values may be obtained due to technical difficulties in obtaining a capillary sample, or measurement imprecision, rather than actual anemia.
Summary of catch data sources, their coverage and statistical properties including qualitative estimates of bias and imprecision.
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Any imprecision in those calculations of prices translates directly into uncertainty in the real values of output and productivity.
Until recently, however, the imprecision of dating techniques made an exact determination of age difficult.
When the bias and imprecision are known, the uncertainty of the result can be calculated.
The outliers we described occurred erratically, were irreproducible, were not explicable by imprecision, and indicated a lack of robustness of the analytical system.
Summary of results from superimposing additional assay imprecision.
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