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Synonyms for conditional

Synonyms for conditional

depending on or containing a condition or conditions

determined or to be determined by someone or something else

Antonyms for conditional

qualified by reservations

Related Words

imposing or depending on or containing a condition

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Neil William Parry, 23, of Barrington Crescent, Middlesbrough, given a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay PS165 charges for theft.
This report studies the current scenario as well as future market potential for conditional access systems globally.
such exercise of the Conditional Warrants shall be in respect of a
Daniel Herrity, 20, of Delagoa Road, Fazakerley, charged with possession of cannabis - 12 months conditional discharge with pounds 85 costs.
In the next two chapters they introduce some form-function parameters that they will use to distinguish different conditional constructions.
Over the past twenty years or so, the study of conditional sentences from the perspective of their functions has aimed to demonstrate that the factors involved in the meaning and use of conditionals extend well beyond the logico-philosophical notions of truth and falsity.
They also complained that the school had been found in violation of its conditional use permit by the city on numerous occasions.
In Canada, the bulk of the decrease in incarceration rates occurred after conditional sentencing was implemented in 1997.
CRA Publication G300-06-11, Override Rule (GST 300-6-11) Reprint, provides the following illustration in paragraph 8 dealing with a conditional sale/instalment contract:
In June 2004 FASB published an exposure draft (ED), Accounting for Conditional Asset Retirement Obligations, an Interpretation of FASB Statement No.
Considering reality (the columns), Se is the conditional probability, P[EH/H] (where EH is evidence of a hazard), that the evidence will identify a true hazard, given a true hazard:
G-Cover analyzes the object code to determine the location of all conditional branches, calls, jumps, branch targets, traps and exit instructions.
He is due back in court on February 6 and was released on conditional bail.
Vann McGee has set out several arresting examples which purport to show that modus ponens fails when applied to a conditional whose consequent is itself a conditional ("A Counterexample to Modus Ponens," The Journal of Philosophy 82 [1985] pp.