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able to reason validly

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using or skilled in using analysis (i.e., separating a whole--intellectual or substantial--into its elemental parts or basic principles)

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of a proposition that is necessarily true independent of fact or experience

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This article introduces a general method for analytically evaluating the integrals given in (1) and (2) for various functions, f(x).
The MetaSite Breast assay is performed on standard formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded tissue, analytically validated under CLIA and clinically available through MetaStat's CLIA-certified commercial laboratory.
On the simplicity way of thinking, contradictions are related to "interperspectival incompatibilities" that occur when something appears both analytically simple and analytically complex at once, seen from both the inside and outside at the same time, illicitly mixing perspectives, the incoherence of which motivates Dilworth's conception of "simplicity ladders," in which what is complex at one level is recognized as simple at another, leading ultimately to the resolution of philosophical impasses.
This volume contains three essays analytically describing Syria's military, diplomatic, and economic relations with Eastern European countries during the Cold War (when Syria was closely allied with the Soviet Union).
Together, analytically competent companies used AUS technology, origination data and creditworthiness models to enable the huge increases in origination volume in 1998 and beyond (see Figure 1).
From my point of view, there is no better study than Literature, Analytically Speaking to serve as an introduction to these lively debates and to provide resolutions (both theoretical and in terms of what I.
As a result, thinking analytically and focusing on one's own goal and how to achieve it without being distracted by the surrounding context can be advantageous.
Many of the problems they encounter are too complex to be solved analytically, and so must be analyzed by numerical simulations.
Ivana Kostovska analytically responds to the title of her commentary in Nova Makedonija and says that since the beginning of this year, Greek Deputy Foreign Minister Dimitris Droutsas gave as much as 41 interviews for foreign and home media from which two for Macedonian media.
The ideal candidate will demonstrate an ability to think conceptually and analytically in the provision of regulatory services to NANB members and other stakeholders, and in the development of resources that support quality and effective nursing practice.
The systems allow American to monitor and analytically assess individual and collective experiences of customers when they contract the carrier's reservations and customer support centres.
Using carefully chosen examples, the authors look analytically at a host of scenarios, ranging from policy changes and regime changes to more dramatic events: coup d'etats, riots, revolutions and terrorism, the most modern and unpredictable of them all.
Largely of historical interest now, but it may come as something of a surprise to many readers that back in the spring of 2004, I analytically ranked this star as the second reddest, in terms of B--V colour index, to shine consistently above the fifth magnitude.
The viewer could either trace individual story lines, analytically jumping from movie to movie, mixing and matching image with audio, or take the experience as a singular hypnotic expression.