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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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Indeterminate varieties need strong, tall supports; a small cage may be enough to bolster determinate types.
To have a solid goodwill in a company it is a key element of a business because it determinate the customers to use some services or products and provide the ability to generate a profit higher than normally expected.
As Aristotle tells us in the above passage, if all that existed were colors, the "one" would not have been one color in general, but one fully determinate shade of whiteness; if all that existed were tunes, the "one" would not have been one tune in general, but rather one fully determinate tune, for example, a quarter-tone.
Q: Why is it necessary for portion of the lot be determinate or determinatable?
Then a neutrosophic number N = a + bI for a, b [member of] R (all real numbers) can effectively express the determinate and/or indeterminate information as N = 420 + 40I for I [member of] [0, 1], where its determinate part is a = 420, its indeterminate part bI = 40I, and the symbol "I" denotes indeterminacy and belongs to the indeterminate interval [inf I, sup I] = [0, 1].
ICAR-IARI, New Delhi has developed extra early maturing (120 days), semi-dwarf (95 cm to 120 cm tall), determinate, high yielding new plant type genetic material viz.
Whether determinate or indeterminate, any tomato will appreciate some support, and there are several options for providing that support.
Snap bean plants are classified in regards to growth habit as determinate, when the terminal portion of the stem ends in an inflorescence, and indeterminate, when the terminal portion of the stem ends in a vegetative meristem, enabling continued plant growth (Kwak, Toro, Debouck, & Gepts, 2012).
Among the sites are disarming the bandit, the requirements of determinate depth, charging up the hill, the hexagonal square, the curious case of the singular team, naked denotation, and the charged character of the natural formatives.
The first step for successful negotiations is to clearly determinate the negotiation position of Gruevski "only I can be the Prime Minister and nobody else" is illegitimate, no matter if supported by one "imperfect" but "general and fair voting" (if that is not the case, Hahn lied to the whole world public when he stressing that, and Monday he will have to set things right, to the contrary the negotiations will have to be terminated), comments Branko Geroski in Sloboden Pecat.
Jason Smith, defending, said Judge Trevor-Jones stated he wanted to take the approach that if Hopkins, Third Avenue, Fazakerley, Liverpool, had been sentenced for all three rapes in April 2014, he would have received the equivalent of a 20-year determinate sentence with an earliest release date on licence at the halfway stage of April 2024.
In the garden, indeterminate varieties that produce for many weeks are usually best, but certain compact, determinate varieties will provide you with more tomatoes sooner.
Note however that Early Girl is a determinate type plant, which means that the plant grows to a limited size and produces one good load of fruit and then is done with fruiting.
In addition, criminals who receive an Extended Determinate Sentence (EDS) - sentences where they receive a custodial sentence plus a further extended period of licence - will no longer be released automatically two-thirds of the way into their custodial sentence.
Baghdad/ NINA /--Leading member of the Kurdish blocs, independent MP Mahmoud Othman, said: " The Kurdistan Alliance is determinate to pass the provincial administrative border law.