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Synonyms for cardinal

Synonyms for cardinal

Synonyms for cardinal

(Roman Catholic Church) one of a group of more than 100 prominent bishops in the Sacred College who advise the Pope and elect new Popes

the number of elements in a mathematical set

a variable color averaging a vivid red


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crested thick-billed North American finch having bright red plumage in the male

serving as an essential component

being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order


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In contrast, the cardinally quantifying subject there in (78) points to its complement spaghetti as an enumerating complement.
In addition, these data make clear that the determination of whether the economic interests of constituents have been adequately represented depends on whether the costs and benefits are aggregated across individuals (1) cardinally or ordinally and (2) district by district or statewide.
Section 2 briefly describes the social welfare approach to inequality measurement, and proposes a cardinally significant ethical index of relative inequality consonant with the Islamic perspective on income distribution.
Van Praag and Van de Sar (1988) release the assumption that an individual's utility is cardinally measurable.
The Orrefors Kosta Boda group has developed according to the expectations with cardinally lower external costs, increased sales and a profit for the whole year.
This is a fundamental document, which would become the basis for the next phase of a public procurement reform - the extension of ProZorro e-procurement system to the national level, as well as would cardinally change the rules of work in public procurement area.
It is proposed to cardinally reduce or to abolish the Financial Police, he said.
Being cardinally innovative among the existing comparison shopping sites, Sararte.
and the inception of early state formation, such concepts had progressed to the point where ritually and politically important structures were uniformly quadrilateral in shape and cardinally oriented, with the longitudinal axis aligned with varying precision in a north-south direction.
As is well-known, Pareto-optimality--indeed, (new) Welfare Economics--regards social welfare as an increasing function of personal utility levels alone, denying admission rights once and for all to any type of non-utility information; that individual utilities are non-comparable; and that individual utilities are ranked ordinally, not cardinally.
The Prime Minister said that at its session the Government would consider this package of economic reforms, comprising several draft laws: "A new redaction of the tax changes, cardinally new system of imposing a single social tax, amendments to the Budget Code.
The Labor Minister said the interdepartmental commission developed a cardinally new concept of pay system for workers of publically financed organizations, which aimed to replace the current unified wage rate scale.
These four cardinally positioned and equidistant groups, three of them with a large plaza, absence of obvious dwellings, a small pyramid, and LME at least with a plain stela (Stela 19, still in situ), suggested a cruciform spatial organization of ritual groups overlying the working landscape of La Milpa's dense settlement and landscape engineering of agricultural terraces, berms and water-management features (for which see www.