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specialized expressions indigenous to a particular field, subject, trade, or subculture

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a system of words used to name things in a particular discipline

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In general, it appears that either worked stone is not terminologically distinguished from unworked stone or, if a distinction is made, then it has a restricted usage.
41) It could be argued that, terminologically, outraging public decency does not possess essentially the same actus reus as legislative obscenity.
Further in the critical literature, we can find many examples of authors, such as Ana Merino (2003), Jesus Jimenez Varea (2006), or Jeet Heer and Kent Worcester (2009), who indistinctly label comic strips, comic books or graphic novels as 'comics', thus terminologically including them all within the same subgenre of comic books, regardless of their intrinsic differences.
of Tubingen, Germany) discusses questions related to the fundamental anthropological, communicative, and cultural foundations of a terminologically consistent understanding of rhetoric.
Generally, modern grammars distinguish both analytically and terminologically between the category of a grammatical unit such as a noun phrase (NP) and the syntactic function that it performs in a given context.
Accordingly, the Kantian concept of Acquired Rights should not be confused with the terminologically identical concept of "acquired rights" that is frequently used in choice-of-law literature in the context of rights "acquired" under foreign laws that domestic courts enforce.
Terminologically, however, it should be noted at this point that, in what follows, "fairness" is taken to express nothing different from "justice.
Because of this and other differences, it is useful to distinguish terminologically between the type of complex categorizations that we have been looking at and those that follow.
Terminologically situated in the present context, the subjective capacity of self-possession constitutes what I have termed ontological ownership.
Economics as terminologically used here is not concerned with the superficial aspects of economics, such as tariff, money, banking, corporations, taxes, or the traditional subjects of an economics department in a college.
Terminologically, then, he leaves an indelible imprint on the archaeology of South America.
The Type 45 Destroyer was commissioned into service just eight days ago and is one of the most terminologically advanced ships patrolling the oceans.
Terminologically, as defined by Ibn 'Ashur (2001) it means the undelying meanings of shari'ah rulings intended by God in all or most of the cases.
However, verbs, adjectives and even adverbs are terminologically relevant, either as monolexical terms or, even more likely, as collocates of other units forming collocations and/or multi-word terms.
We need to bring all the necessary arguments to show these two legal terms are conceptually identical and implicitly terminologically congruent.