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(138) This is '[t]he example often given' of separateness: Beckingham v Hodgens  ECDR
6, 59  (Judge Floyd).
The [[bar.V.sub.EC2Dr] / [V.sub.exp]] - [[bar.V.sub.calc] / [V.sub.exp]] difference in samples 1, 2, 5 is statistically significant in all methods except for ECDr
. The [[bar.V.sub.EC2Dr] / [V.sub.exp]] - [[barV.sub.ACI] / [V.sub.exp]] difference in samples 3 and 4 is statistically insignificant.
Molino  ECDR
320 is authority for the proposition that courts are likely to imply beneficial ownership of copyright to someone who commissions a work in circumstances where there is no (explicit) written assignment from the author.
The working prototype of the site, currently called the Early Childhood Data Reporting System (ECDRS
) and available at http://www.bbfdata.com/, will be going through a complete redesign in the near future.