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Synonyms for nonmeaningful

having no meaning or direction or purpose

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Nonmeaningful Student Checking on Well engaged interaction students Poorly 1 engaged Question- Timely 1 "What is it Paula?
In general, the students produced vague and nonmeaningful responses to the prompts that intended to help them move beyond simply copying information from online resources, although some pairs were more thoughtful in notetaking than others.
I have already mentioned the way speech cadence is fitted into the rhythm of the rhymed pentameter line; it isn't likely with Browning that we shall find a great deal more to interest us in the formal pattern at nonmeaningful levels; therefore we should look for patterns on the fictional dramatic level that Browning has absorbed into the repertoire of poetic technique.
Priors provide a straightforward approach to guide the parameters' posteriors away from economically nonmeaningful peaks.
Stand-alone interventions too often produce behavioral changes that are short term in duration or clinically nonmeaningful.
reported that the use of speech materials has a more adverse masking effect on speech perception than other nonmeaningful noises [16].
Changes to meaningful objects were found faster than changes to nonmeaningful objects only under single-task conditions.
Examples of nonmeaningful propositions are those of an ethical, religious, or "esthetic kind," e.
Explanations derived from the optimal stimulation theory suggest that withholding activity further reduces stimulation, making it harder, not easier, for the child to complete nonmeaningful and nonchallenging tasks.
When compared to the peak age of 20-24 in the cross-sectional investigation, the education-adjusted mean Performance IQs demonstrate a slight, nonmeaningful decline through age group 35-44 as effect sizes are small (Table 4).
Hemispheric priming by meaningful and nonmeaningful symbols in language-trained chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes): Further evidence of a left hemisphere advantage.
index of nonmeaningful grammatical elements, including markers, with explanations (pp.
Verbal output is significantly reduced in such children, whether that output is meaningful or nonmeaningful.
It then attempts to bracket off all those things about which people are inclined to fight--"the truly meaningful things"--and to design a politics limited to the lowest common denominators, "the set of truly nonmeaningful things" (Fish 1996c, 38).
R3 (system viability request): no user action should be allowed that would result in a nonmeaningful situation or a system crash.