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able to recognize small differences or draw fine distinctions

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capable of making fine distinctions

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expressing careful judgment

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D]; that is, blocking the development of CS functions does not impede operant discriminative control.
Also, in the BoW representation, every visual word is used, regardless of its low representativeness or discriminative power.
Among a few possible taxonomies, the literature present two orthogonal methods: the discriminative and the generative paradigms.
Overall, it could be said that the discrimination between two events (measured by the emission or not of the target behavior) is acquired faster the more different the elements involved in each of the terms which compose the contingencies are from each other: the Discriminative Stimuli (White, Pipe, & McLean, 1985), the responses (Cohen, Looney, Brady, & Aucella, 1976) and the consequences (Fedorchak & Bolles, 1987; Peterson, Wheeler, & Amstrong, 1978).
The objective of this study is to identify the most discriminative acoustic-phonetic features for each specific Arabic consonant, using a modified form of Sequential Floating Forward Selection (SFFS).
Waliabad and Afridi Ghari is not located in tribal area, its located at backside of University Town but residents still facing severe load shedding from last three months, people become fed and planned to besiege WAPDA House due to discriminative attitude to WAPDA toward the dwellers of the area.
He said that Iran has not accepted discriminative mechanism of the international bodies but is doing its best to encourage reform in the UN bodies.
It also introduces the "Ism Calculator" to encourage readers to calculate their levels of discriminative views and limiting beliefs that they can challenge or possibly conquer as they complete six steps.
Secondly, because of his discriminative remarks towards English-speaking children.
In fact, the continued use of such divisive words as don/doNa in naming roads, subdivisions and other infrastructure only shows how Spain's discriminative culture has been deeply embedded in our way of life.
SVM, K-NN), the discriminative dictionary learning is used as the classification model.
We are not in agreement with the discriminative act of this government by excluding us from the benefits of the proposed salary standardization law.
Therefore, the purposes of this study were to translate and culturally adapt the MFS into Persian language, and to assess the discriminative validity, construct validity, concurrent criterion-related validity, internal consistency reliability, and test-retest reliability of the Persian MFS (PMFS) in young athletes with LBP.
Firefly Arabia said that the post was a mistake made by a new employee and should not have contained discriminative wording.
Segregation is a strong thing to do and is quite discriminative," said MWPS general secretary Beverley Hamadeh.