28) It also correlates terminologically
with one of the three general categories of matters reserved for caliphal interpretation--suggesting that the overarching category of ray refers to legal (fiqh-related) rather than administrative matters.
, one might claim that "single-payer" still applies to a system that harbors private insurance of all these sorts, for a single insurer or payer is still used to assure universal access to basic care.
This new discpline may tentatively be called Principles of Islamic science or Usul al-Ilm al-Islami in Arabic, or, to be more terminologically
exact, Usul al-'Ulum al-Tabi'iyyah al-Islamiyyah.
Although the traditional view is that nominalization involves both the loss of verbal properties and the acquisition of nominal properties, it has only recently been terminologically
acknowledged that transcategorial operations such as nominalization involve both decategorization and recategorization.
, many writers define the expectations hypothesis in a manner that requires that [[xi].
It is terminologically
useful, rather, for objectives and rules to be clearly distinguished.
Thus it is not terminologically
accurate to refer to a new generation of nuclear weapons, as some people sometimes do when they are talking about earth-penetrators; this is just a modification of an existing weapons type.
He assumes a 'traditional canon' or 'self-selecting mainstream' not really borne out by the lopsided, contested, and terminologically
confused field of critical narratives to date.
There has been a great deal of, often conceptually and terminologically
confused, debate about the "new" (1) extraterritorial approaches to forced migration.
Such a scheme has never been adopted, and--presuming that the givings taxed would be those givings that are properly taxable, in accord with the analysis we outline--the result would be indistinguishable from our proposed law of givings, other than terminologically
, Eusebius's Jews remain fixed in a "marginal position" (Randposition) (124).
In fact, terminologically
, Ostrander showed a facility bordering on fecundity in American Civilization in the First Machine Age: 1890-1940.