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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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7) If there are substantial forms, then they do not determinately belong to any basic category or kind of being.
1) The virtual juxtaposition of Daumier's irony and Marx's analysis proved an ideal introduction to an exhibition that approached nineteenth-century occultism and its artistic legacies from a determinately skeptical and secular perspective.
There are many possible ways of seeking something from someone, ranging from the completely explicit and fully articulated, to the inexplicit and unarticulated but still determinately goal-directed.
The Turkiyya state was determinately autocratic and overtly ambitious, but chronically weak, and, it follows, notoriously aggressive, characteristics that define the Sudanese state until today, only with the benefit of experience (4).
Pasteur created his highly immunogenic but determinately safe rabies vaccine strain through a two-stage process: a first stage to hone the virulence of the virus and a second to deliberately blunt it.
Added to that is another symptomatic difference in the city that was once determinately oblivious to the violence in the rest of Syria, residents say.
Law does this by telling the individual exactly what she needs to do in order to avoid incurring prosecution or punishment; it does so by being determinately action-guiding.
Bishop Butler believed that all are naturally endowed with a conscience, a faculty that "pronounces determinately some actions to be in themselves evil, wrong, unjust, [that] without being consulted, without being advised with, magisterially exerts itself (1950/1726: Sermon II).
In that light, analysts say SCAF is a proponent of the presidential system and will be pushing determinately for the creation of the NSC in the new constitution.
It is these numerous small victories that will make it difficult for Israel to continue with its futile campaign to occupy and dominate a people so determinately entrenched in their land - from the small village of Nabi Saleh to the proud Palestinian city of al-Quds.
Indeed, I might also add that the need to externalize mental content whether to gain distance from it, to help to formulate it more determinately, or to convey it to others holds true as much of children, the mentally disabled, and those suffering dementia as of the highly educated and the basic normative importance of ensuring the opportunity to satisfy that need does not substantially vary depending upon the sophistication of the mind at issue.
Ciro Benedettini said July 25 that the recall "denotes the seriousness of the situation and the Holy See's desire to face it objectively and determinately," but he also indicated that there was "some degree of surprise and disappointment at certain excessive reactions" to the report and its accusations against the Vatican.
The recall of the Nuncio, being a measure verily adopted by the Holy See, denotes the seriousness of the situation and the Holy See's desire to face it objectively and determinately," he said.
Brazilian, Chinese, and even Russian mining companies will increase their footprint in Africa, systematically and determinately.
27) For this reason, many parole officers thought their unit had been effectively gutted by SB 42, which did retain the possibility of post-release parole supervision for determinately sentenced offenders, but only for a maximum of one year, and with returns to prison capped at six months.
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