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Synonyms for descriptive

serving to describe

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serving to describe or inform or characterized by description

describing the structure of a language

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The feed back from the health providers and other staff members was also recorded descriptively.
Descriptively exploring variations of angelfish and particulars of genetics, Breeding And Raising Angelfishes knowledgeably presents details of water quality, dietary aspects, reproduction, and diseases with respect to the quite beautiful and enduringly popular angelfish.
However, scientific historiography has been successful, and its progress can be studied empirically and descriptively, as distinct from a "phenomenological" (p.
One curious feature of her account is how, descriptively not judgementally, until today, things seemed to be forever getting worse.
As it is now, they have to wait years for the closed-captioned and descriptively narrated versions to be released on video.
Major regional markets discussed in the report include United States, Germany, UK, and India, among few other descriptively synopsized markets.
Materials (laminates) for the production of elements in the positions indicated on the form descriptively - price (Appendix 2 hereto) shall be in accordance with PN-K-02511: 2000 required for components used in rail transport, confirmed by tests according to PN- K-02511: 2000 conducted by the Centre for Science - Technical Railway (CNTK) or a certificate of release of the material (laminate) for the production of components for use in the tram cars issued by the Institute of Spatial Planning and Housing in Warsaw or other authorized institution.
Collaboratively compiled and edited by the academic team of Susanna Fein (Kent State University) and Michael Johnston (Purdue University), "Robert Thornton And His Books" is a 325 page compendium comprised of eight descriptively analytical papers by scholars expert in the life and work of Robert Thornton.
Department of Energy (DOE), signed a Statement of Intent to partner in this global science gateway descriptively called Science.
Introducing and descriptively exploring each and every gem covered in the easy-to-use reference, Secrets Of The Gem Trade contains an illustrated summary of each stone inclusive of its history and general information, hue and tone, saturation, which may be noticed as the finest, an understanding of the particular gems rarity, and the caution for synthetics and how to depict them, however dependant upon the stone there may be description of clarity, color fading, multi-color effect, etc.
Weasle Words: The Dictionary Of American Doublespeak is an impressive and encompassing collection of thoughts and descriptively accurate views of modern American word and phrase usage.
Yet what if we proceed not referentially but purely and solely descriptively, so that--to all appearances--reidentificatory supposotions do not come into it at all?
It has deep and far too many dark moments, but explores a strange land so descriptively the reader is almost ``there''.
Soon after that, things ramp up with the introduction of Esmeralda, the curviest Disney heroine yet (voiced by none other than Demi Moore, whose real curves will be on ample display in the descriptively titled ``Striptease,'' starting next Friday).
The US market is intensively reviewed both descriptively and statistically, with 19 fact rich tables, and accompanying pictorial representations.