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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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Steven Mailloux offers an example of how interpretations are formed that ironically supports his general faith in rhetorical devices even as it disproves his point that critics and authors can determinately predict the "correct" responses readers will make upon encountering a text.
Consider a decision procedure that, in this case, determinately picks out the status quo rather than the project.
In the former case the marble is determinately inside the box, and in the latter case it is determinately outside the box.
The explanations of such a science will, then, appeal to states (belief-like and desire-like states) that are causally relevant to the production of the behavior and that are determinately semantically evaluable.
the idea that every proposition is determinately true or false - is an indispensable logical basis of the realist doctrine [9]), it is clear that the realist can compile his position from various options and can interpret the type of commitment realist metaphysics entail in a range of ways.
There are, however, several indicators that the members of this community affiliate around determinately intersecting oppressions.
Sir, we are not to judge determinately of the state in which a man leaves this life.
2) In the first Critique Kant argues, briefly stated, that whatever we can know determinately must be presentable to us via human modes of spatial and temporal intuition.
It lies in taking intuitionist logic to be determinately trivalent, that is, to be a logic with three determinate truth values.
As Vivienne Brown has shown, when Smith turns to economic concerns, his tone changes from the ambivalent dialogism of stoical self-reflection to a determinately "impartial" and monological didacticism.
Do we suppose that ED's thoughts are neither determinately XYZ-related nor determinately [H.
Accordingly, Alice and Bob find themselves in distinct pairs of Everett worlds in each of which they alone have determinately got the result spin-up or spin-down.
Every statement employing a vague predicate that expresses a real property is either determinately true or determinately false.
2) Supposedly, unless being and its negation are held entirely apart, nothing can be determinate, nothing can be determinately meant, and nothing can be determinately known.
The vague predicate "heap" has some borderline case a say--it is indeterminate whether a is a heap since a is neither determinately a heap nor determinately not a heap.
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