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Synonyms for predicate

be predicated on

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  • be based on
  • rest on
  • be founded on
  • be built on
  • be established on
  • be grounded on

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to provide a basis for

Synonyms for predicate

(logic) what is predicated of the subject of a proposition

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one of the two main constituents of a sentence

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make the (grammatical) predicate in a proposition

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affirm or declare as an attribute or quality of

involve as a necessary condition of consequence

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With FDA regulation looming, the predicate product is a critical component for the substantial equivalence pathway.
A RICO offense requires two or more predicate acts of
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1) to describe the semantic types of the predicate in the Votic language and their relations to the semantics and the form of the subject;
Indeed, it would not be difficult to demonstrate why vague phenomena, if they exist, must inevitably appear at the level of the meaning of predicates and sentences that refer to or represent these phenomena.
The visual forms possible in signed languages allow multiple morphemes to be simultaneously present within one (complex) predicate (cf.
When considering the 5 best classifiers for the Predicate Identification task evaluated on the whole training data, using 10-fold cross-validation, we can observe that SimpleCart, J48 and ClassificationViaRegression are among the 5 best algorithms for different languages, which suggests that semantic role labelling may not be very language dependent, once the input text is syntactically annotated, which seems natural since semantic roles are representations at the deep, conceptual structure of the language.
This Note will not consider the element of continuity, which is the first prong of the "continuity plus relationship " test established by the Supreme Court to determine whether predicate offenses constitute a "pattern of racketeering activity.
dead code could be placed in an else block of an if sentence with an opaque predicate that always evaluate to true.
If, on the other hand, you find that the crime charged in (insert predicate charge/count) has been proven beyond a reasonable doubt, you must then consider the evidence applicable to (insert compound charge/count).
Lessons learned from a legacy of lawsuits against intelligence units dating back to the 1960s clearly demonstrate that departments cannot collect information about individuals and store it in an intelligence records system unless a criminal predicate exists.
A basic rule of English grammar is that a complete sentence contains both a subject and a predicate:the subject is the who or what of the sentence and the predicate provides information about the subject.
have rejected Thomas Aquinas's entire metaphysical doctrine of the real distinction between essence and existence in all finite beings, and his doctrine of the nature of God as pure Subsistent Existence, as meaningless from the start, because "exists" by itself can never be a real predicate as applied to individuals; it is either an incomplete statement or a pure tautology.
Because the relatively impersonal nature of academic discourse entails writing in complete sentences, students must be able to dig through the sand of a sentence's modifying elements in order to identify the granite of its simple subject and simple predicate (i.
Easiest to read are those which contain the subject predicate pattern of sentence.