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Synonyms for derivative

stemming from an original source

something derived from another

Synonyms for derivative

a compound obtained from, or regarded as derived from, another compound

a financial instrument whose value is based on another security

(linguistics) a word that is derived from another word

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resulting from or employing derivation

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When suing derivatively, plaintiffs should not have to allege with particularity in the complaint a conflict of interest or wrongful refusal.
All the same, Hume is found to be ultimately declaring allegiance to the change view of time (and, derivatively, to the change view of reality).
156E, [section] 2 ("[A] claim or action brought directly by a benefit corporation, or derivatively as authorized by this chapter on behalf of a benefit corporation, against a director or officer.
Truth is not a property of thoughts, is not related to thought as subject to predicate, and is primarily ascribed to thoughts and derivatively to the sentences that express them.
This serves Stainton to refute a common implicit position be and Reinaldo Elugardo (2001) have previously referred to as "vernacularism", the view that logical forms are fundamentally assigned to linguistic entities like speech acts or expressions of natural language, and are only derivatively assigned to anything else: e.
In essence, it's a paperwork violation, and only derivatively connected to the illegal logging practices that the enforcement effort is determined to curb.
Other references run rampant as well: The Tibetan monk in the opening sequence recalls "Kung Fu," while English's fights with an aging Asian assassin (Pik Sen-lira) derivatively recall his Gallic counterpart Inspector Clouseau's battles with his own Eastern manservant.
By reorienting our perspective of creation, God becomes the perfectly natural one, and all creation is derivatively supernatural.
2c) and again: Truth is in God's intellect properly and firstly; in human intellect it is present properly and derivatively.
The conclusion is that except in the case of proposals made after January 1, 2011, to or from defendants alleged to be only vicariously, constructively, derivatively, or technically liable, litigants would be wise to avoid using the joint proposal for settlement because it is fraught with pitfalls and has been rendered obsolete by the case law.
If the final answer is yes, then the credit union industry will get hit with a stealth tax in the form of loss of investment powers that it once derivatively held through corporate credit unions.
442 To provide a proposal-for- (PROPOSALS FOR settlement procedure when one SETTLEMENT) party is liable only vicariously, constructively, derivatively, or technically.
Husserl's original insight into hyle, as the constitutive stuff of subjectivity, gives way to a conception of hyle as matter that exists derivatively, only for the sake of morphe.
Adam's entitlements claims are all of them property rights, most basically, his right to himself, derivatively, his right to that which he has legitimately appropriated or had legitimately assigned to him.
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