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having distinct limits

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precisely determined or limited or defined

not continuing to grow indefinitely at the apex

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supplying or being a final or conclusive settlement

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an arbitral tribunal or supervising domestic court) provide clarification on the meaning and application of those rules, hence interpretative determinacy, can potentially make up for textual indeterminacy.
The bad and untrue determinacy of this positing of the negative is then reflected in his brutal overthrowing of Jove in a manner completely at odds with the Promethean Idea, not to mention that this mechanical and abrupt revolution contradicts Shelley's insistence on a necessary causality leading from tyranny to its overthrow.
We now turn to the analysis of the implications of lending relationships for the determinacy properties of our model economy.
To measure determinacy, I rely on the same criterion that Delaware's critics use to bolster their claims that Delaware law is unpredictable: the extent to which the law relies on vague, fact intensive standards rather than precise rules.
The learning and determinacy analysis suggest monetary authority in developing economies to follow Taylor principle and to put some weight on exchange rate fluctuations, even if there is relatively less inertia in the setting of policy interest rate.
But I think this is a more promising place for quantum indeterminacy: It would make us the origin of our actions and decisions, because quantum indeterminacy cuts us off from the physical determinacy of the external world.
However, quantitative determinacy is assumed to be a morphosyntactically relevant semantic property of the nouns in question.
39) In so doing, theories that defend constitutional construction almost necessarily claim less determinacy than originalist theories that reject the distinction between interpretation and construction.
The axiom of determinacy, forcing axioms, and the nonstationary ideal, 2d ed.
All of the works address what Nolen literally depicts as the irony in biological determinacy in his Mating Season Meant a Change of Color for Simon.
As a rule, variation of cross-sectional rigidity to 25% does not produce essential influence on distribution of internal forces in static indeterminacy systems, in static determinacy it does not depend on the internal forces at all.
Originalists are said to believe that their approach to interpretation "purges adjudication of discretion" (179) and that it delivers "fixity and determinacy.
Abandoning route (1) to determinacy also precludes any policy of making the price level rise or fall in a particular way (other than in conformity with a commodity definition of the dollar).
Price Level Determinacy with an Interest Rate Policy Rule and Rational Expectations.
To encounter Paik's dildo-enhanced gramophone and its willed confusion of aural, oral, and phallic pleasure is to recall that the new emphasis on determinacy and causality also activated the realm of drives, of desire--the psychic realm that Cage's work seemed to strive so hard to escape.