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The answer to that question could shed light on the proficiency of these Stone Age humans as mariners and their mental capabilities overall.
Benn Eifert, founder of an investment fund that uses options to ride out market volatility, says that successful options trading requires sophisticated software and substantial math proficiency.
Overall, the tests show fewer than half of all students rated below proficiency, which is defined as demonstrating competency over challenging subject matter.
Augmedix recruits people who have a bachelor’s degree or the equivalent, and screens for proficiency in English reading, listening comprehension and writing, the company said.
Eifert says a high proficiency in math is merely “table stakes” when it comes to trading options, which he calls a “piece of craftsmanship from front to back.”
His proficiency at passing out of double-teams in the post as well as on the move in pick-and-roll situations far exceeds that of Whiteside, which opens things up a bit more for his teammates.
I study your language in your Dickens, in your Thackeray; at last I attain proficiency.
A host is presented as having invited to his table as many of his friends as were conspicuous for their proficiency in swearing.
Chivey had made a chatting acquaintance with the notary in the town, the Spaniard speaking English with tolerable proficiency.
In his youth he attained a very considerable proficiency in the Latin tongue.
WITCH, WARLOCK, AND MAGICIANWILLIAM HENRY DAVENPORT ADAMS

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