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Synonyms for categorical

Synonyms for categorical

clearly, fully, and sometimes emphatically expressed

Synonyms for categorical

relating to or included in a category or categories


not modified or restricted by reservations

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Gascon admitted that the commission has not yet made any report of human-rights violations in Mindanao, but this is 'different from any categorical statement that there is no human-rights violation.
In the study, a team of researchers, led by senior author Wei Gao, Director of neuroimaging research at Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles, used brain imaging to determine if the neurobiology of ASD fits a categorical model or a dimensional model of the disorder.
The percentage of categorical female residents was 11% in the 1983 to 1990 period, 14% in the 1991 to 2000 period, 18% in the 2001 to 2010 period, and 35% in the 2011 to 2014 period.
LAHORE -- While applauding Pakistan military's categorical stance over Kashmir issue, former Prime Minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJ and K) Sultan Mehmood Chaudhry on Tuesday warned India to start militant struggle to free Kashmir if the democratic freedom struggle being demonstrated in Indian held Kashmir was sabotaged.
Court said very little of note about such categorical speech exclusions.
To offset the higher cost of providing technical instruction, some states choose to allocate categorical funding for CTE programs.
Teachers from the country's regions stand for the return of the system of categorical grants in payment of salaries, Member of the Parliament Ulukbek Kochkorov said on 11 September at the plenary session.
Generalized linear models for categorical and continuous limited dependent variables.
The Free Syrian Army announces its categorical rejection of the Russian initiative that foresees placing chemical weapons under international control," the FSA's military commander said in a video posted on YouTube.
In addition, real world datasets contain numerical and categorical data.
More than 90% of residents (15,361) were in a subspecialty or categorical residency program; the remainder were in a primary care residency.
A significant proposed change to the DSM-5 is the addition of dimensional assessments to the categorical diagnoses (American Psychiatric Association [APA], n.
A number of regress arguments directed at dispositional monism are evaluated in the collection, with proposals for dualist ontologies of powers and categorical properties (or qualities, which are essentially non-dispositional).
A categorical system assigns mental syndromes to categories.