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the power or right of choosing

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serving or used in place of another

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necessitating a choice between mutually exclusive possibilities

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pertaining to unconventional choices

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Absent mandatory standardization, the essential facility doctrine does not apply to patents because of the alternativeness condition.
However, despite the fact that in postmodern discourse we can identify common ideas of alternativeness, the interpretative space the discourse has created is not filled by similarly shaped initiatives.
Abbate coins the term "culture of sharing" to denote that the alternativeness consisting of both a different, more idealistic type of motivation and a new approach to cooperation and communication.
Thought with its associationist processes is numbed by ceremonial repetitive connectives denoting invitation ("Come forth"), request ("Sing to me"), question ("And did you ...?"), command ("Go" "Away"), and alternativeness ("Or").
(61) Like the alternative monetary systems that anthropologist Bill Maurer writes about, the articulation of alternativeness in DIY discourse is tied to a "conjuring of the past," a nostalgia and melancholy for a "past that never was," before the division of economy and society and in the case of craft, before the abjection of the domestic and domestication.
A number of qualities are peculiar to risk, such as contradictoriness, alternativeness, uncertainty, specific historical nature.
Part of this strange alternativeness is that it explores primary, secondary and post-secondary, and it is aimed at student-teachers as well as teachers.
By means of stereotypical mentality, this very idea of alternativeness has also been extended to the pipelines.
Gillespie: When I took over there was this explosion not only of alt media but "alternativeness" in American culture, and everything about individuation and proliferation was big.
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