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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

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(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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21) The two premises and conclusion have necessary predications, such that an animal is necessarily predicated of a man, a substance is necessarily predicated of an animal, and a substance is necessarily predicated of a man.
Kiss's syntactic analysis treats the verbal particle as a secondary predicate predicated of the underlying direct internal argument.
Levin and Rappaport Hovav (1995: 34) describe the resultative construction as follows: "A resultative phrase is an XP that denotes the state achieved by the referent of the NP it is predicated of as a result of the action denoted by the verb in the resultative construction.
The company spent $419 million at the plant, which is where the Jeep Patriot will be built, as well (three vehicles, one plant, with the mix predicated on market demand), and which also has the capability of test building a fourth model.
The triple option is predicated off our dart series with the TB.
Carnes posits that all but the highest fraternal rituals further perpetuated a gendered bifurcation of society, constructing male identities that were predicated upon men's alienation from both women in the household and from religious spheres that also carried the taint of femaleness in Victorian culture.
One Canadian-trained dancer, now performing with a prominent American company, says sexual harassment policies tend to be predicated on the assumption that it is male teacher/ female student relations that must be regulated.
As can be observed, with the exception of the prefixes full-, ofer- and under-, which grant the basic verb cuman with metaphorical sense, the rest provide it with some indication of the direction of the action, as is the case of a:- or be-, or modify it, as is the case of for- or fore-, which add information related to the way in which the action predicated by cuman takes place.
It asks that we consider Tudor/Stuart political thought and its basis in ideas of justice as predicated on the need to save souls rather than to punish wrongdoers.
ISRI) Nickel-Stainless Roundtable in September, that optimism was predicated on events that did not occur--such as the disappearance of Russia's Norilsk from the market.
The code itself is predicated on a number of chemical improbabilities.
This book is predicated on the view that mathematics and science education in the U.
The annual testing requirement should be of concern to partnerships and S corporations using a natural-business year predicated on having satisfied the 25%-gross-receipts test years ago.
Brown, President/CEO, Margaret Tietz Center for Nursing Care: "Recognizing that growth, maintenance of a stabilized admission census and the enhancement of a continuum of care are predicated on consumer needs, administration of the Margaret Tietz Center for Nursing Care, a 200-bed residential healthcare facility, explored service areas that we believed to be new to the delivery of care in the traditional long-term care setting in our area.
The appeals court reversed and remanded, finding that the state's unique former statutory scheme for sex offenders, which predicated the term of sentence on a prisoner's response to treatment, created a liberty interest in treatment and a right to treatment for the purposes of both procedural and substantive due process analyses.