continuant


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Synonyms for continuant

consonant articulated by constricting (but not closing) the vocal tract

of speech sounds produced by forcing air through a constricted passage (as 'f', 's', 'z', or 'th' in both 'thin' and 'then')

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and Continuant ('TLI/C") in 2006, alleging a litany of claims, including misappropriation of trade secrets, violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, violation of the Lanham Act, trade libel, tortious interference with contractual relations and prospective economic advantage, among others.
Processes, Continuants, and Individuals, HELEN STEWARD
The quality of being integral or having parts constituting a whole is an independent continuant but cannot be a process or event.
Mikati assured the government's continuant procedures to activate the Lebanese economy, increase the volume of deposits in Lebanon, Arab and Foreign investment operations therein.
A l'automne 2012, continuant a miser sur ces travaux, l'ISPC a lance un nouveau cours d'apprentissage en ligne intitule Reduction des ecarts: l'utilisation de mesures socioeconomiques geographiques pour examiner la sante de la population.
Paul Nizan et Jean-Paul Sartre ont un parcours qui montre que les Francais ont en meme temps conscience que le communisme est en train de fourvoyer l'utopie marxiste tout en continuant d'essayer de vivre en autarcie dans un monde ou la realite politique n'a pas encore detruit un ideal philosophique.
At that time an organized growth of the network was observed, especially around continuant researchers who participate more frequently and regularly when it comes to scientific production (6).
Summary: Alshaali Marine, the leading Fiberglass boats and yachts design and manufacturing company in the Middle East proudly announced the opening if its first and main office in the African Continuant.
However, it might be claimed that the existence of the components of a continuant do follow from the existence of the continuant.
Le pavage qui couvre la cour entiere et qui depasse la cloture, en continuant jusqu'a la rue, certains frontons qui, sous-tendus d'un gros pilier en beton, penchent vers l'avant ont plus qu'une fonction passive de signalisation.
L'Eglise, c'est la communaute etablie dans le mystere du Christ continuant dans l'histoire et incorporant des generations d'hommes selon le rythme meme de l'histoire.
There is a direct connection with IE *-i-sk 'formant of adjectives and noun diminutives' (Illic-Svityc 1976 I: 204, who indicates that the -i- is probably from the i-stems, a continuant from many old root stems), in Wat (36) IE *-isko, compound adj.
La situation ne me semble pas avoir vraiment change, les <<autorites>> ou <<sources>> auxquelles nos arrets font reference continuant d'etre principalement jurisprudentielles et non doctrinales, meme en droit civil.
Yemeni ministers, and international relief workers and journalists continuously expected a potential collapse due to skyrocketing prices of basic foodstuffs, the unprecedented damage of agricultural crops as a result of draught, continuant Houthi rebellion in the north, as well as outbreak of rioting in the south over unmet demands and abused human rights, which have remained unsettled since the two parts of Yemen re-unified in 1990.
We describe a closed form for these equations, using a cyclic version of the continuant polynomials.