graduality


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Synonyms for graduality

the quality of being gradual or of coming about by gradual stages

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2) Lightfoot (1991) tries to incorporate aspects of graduality in his accounts of language change (according to Harris--Campbell 1995:[section][section]2.
is required to serve his or her sentence in a penitentiary"); a graduality requirement (so as to avoid flooding the prison with inmates); a maximum aggregate requirement (the "maximum number of Inmates on each day.
The graduality of the decay is then declared by the narrator in describing Satan's appearance to the assembled hosts, "their visages and stature as of gods" (i.
36) Later, the Italian ethicist Guido Davanzo proposed the law of graduality as another casuistic device which would allow for the provision of condom information without compromising existing church teaching.
In this way the polarity and selectivity of mobile phases may be varied continuously during the analysis, with the extension and graduality more suitable for optimum peak separations (4).
Long histories of mutual mistrust made graduality a key feature of both agreements.
Harmony, patience, graduality and progression are among the most key factors behind the sustainability and progress of the GCC experiment.