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the quality of being infinite

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In this work, we have considered a class of linear and bilinear control systems which allow some unboundedness of control operators.
Thus linguistic unboundedness is consistent with naturalism about the mind.
The 2003 Convention situates culture firmly within 'communities' despite the vagueness of the term (Hottin and Grenet, 2012: 103), and the illusiveness between social entities defined by their specific knowledge, know-how and way of life, and their essential unboundedness due to their heterogeneity and frequent lack of spokespersons or representatives (Blake, 2009: 53).
The unboundedness of academic work, Hallstein and O'Reilly argue, makes it "particularly incompatible with motherhood because the lack of clear boundaries between work and family makes it difficult for academic mothers to manage 'it all.
Among the topics are the construction of academic identity in English and Italian university lectures, the shaping of identities in the annual reports of the European Central Bank and the central banks of European Union member states, identity and the linguistic construction of space and place in diasporic films, unboundedness and grounding in corporate webcasting events, and a phrasological approach to managing reputation through the discursive reconstruction of corporate identity.
Kgositsile's poetics registers a liminal unboundedness that can work in the service of an open-ended universal human made up of particulars.
The association of a fixed culture with a pre-existing identity has therefore given way to much more complex accounts of fluidity, heterogeneity and unboundedness.
And yet Stephen's final resolve to leave Ireland (although the novel, with a light irony perhaps, ends with him still there) and hear the "tale of distant nations" (252) illustrates Stephen's view of the unboundedness of the artist, and his will to be cosmopolitan.
In fact, the three papers mentioned above are concerned with the existence of bounded nonoscillatory solutions while ours will include the cases of bound and unboundedness.
Nelson, Startz, and Zivot (1996) show analytically for various test statistics valid to weak instruments that unboundedness is a result of near unidentification.
On a Kantian reading (second variant), the indefinite boundaries of the daffodil mass (or its unboundedness, as viewed by the narrator; or again the uncountable multiplicity of the array)--any of those features would suggest the phenomenon of the sublime.
In addition, the unboundedness and partialities of human relationships need to be considered as a feature of suburban lives.
Containing material published mainly in the last four years, the second section of the book focuses on problems with boundary layers and additional singularities generated by nonsmooth data, unboundedness of the domain, and the perturbation vector parameter.
Intertextuality has its defining features which include reflexivity (how self-conscious the use of intertextuality seems to be), alteration (the alteration of the source), explicitness (the explicitness of reference(s) to other text(s)), criticality to comprehension scale of adoption (the overall scale of allusion within the text) and structural unboundedness (to what extent is the text presented as part of the larger structure) (Genette, 1997:2).