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to name or specify one by one

to note (items) one by one so as to get a total

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See Edward Ragg, "The Oxford Shakespeare ReVisited: An Interview with Professor Stanley Wells," Analytic and Enumerative Bibliography n.
These data have typically been enumerative data (e.
In his chrestomathy, Laszlo Keresztes (1990:67) discusses the suffixes only in an enumerative manner and considers the -ma, -mo/-me elements to be abstract nominal suffixes (valgoma 'perching, slope', eramo 'life') and suffixes referring to instruments and tools (izamo 'harrow', sulgamo 'clasp, fastener, buckle'.
In section 3, I have set out descriptions of the identifying, existential, and possessive types of matrix clause found in clefts, with special reference to my "quantificational" interpretation of cardinal and enumerative existentials.
950] -- one cannot help but notice the recent simplicity and enumerative intent of Roth's titles -- led to an ugly political witch hunt against the author which was spurred by the party responsible now for Austria's disgrace among European nations.
This partly reflects changes in printing techniques for the later period, but it is also a result of developments in the fields of descriptive and enumerative bibliography and the direction in which David Hunter has extended these disciplines in the service of music bibliography.
Analytical and Enumerative Bibliography (1988): 12-28.
Because the values of the target numbers and the array of materials with which to count changed randomly across trials, the authors concluded that Lana's performance entailed the processes of ordinality and cardinality and also entailed a very reasonable approximation of an enumerative act.
Because of its design, wedded to random trials and enumerative in intent, the SUPPORT report pays little attention to what may in a complex system be analytically the most informative results of all--namely, when it did work, why did it work?
This Enumerative Check Census of Unemployment was a postcard survey covering the entire country.
This is an enumerative listing of James Courage's literary manuscripts and typescripts held in the Hocken Library, University of Otago, Dunedin, as at 3 June 1988.
On some enumerative aspects of generalized associahedra.
Students inspired by his example to explore Victorian poetry more deeply can consult the brief enumerative bibliographies provided at the end of Reading Victorian Poetry.
This book is a rigorous introduction to the basic theory, including enumerative techniques, stochastic analysis, large deviations, concentration inequalities, disintegration, and Lie algebras.