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to describe with a word or term

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describe or portray the character or the qualities or peculiarities of

be characteristic of

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Nevertheless, IOs show much more restricted distribution than PPs, being subject to constraints characterizable on the basis of referential properties.
These dichotomies are, of course, inaccurate in their details, as well as in their assumptions that Jews are somehow homogeneous or characterizable.
207) Nevertheless the Grupo Mexicano court also announced that it would "decline the invitation to hold that an asset characterized as property for the purposes of [section] 5201 is necessarily characterizable as property for purposes of [section][section] 5225 and 5227 as well.
In particular, it may not be possible to distinguish by immunohistochemistry alone between the 2 histogenetic theories in the absence of characterizable well-defined entrapped epithelial rests as a reference.
31) This is not to suggest that modern time-consciousness is entirely characterizable thusly; (32) but in contrast with what another, earlier age may have imagined about the narrative structure of cosmic and human history--the sort of deep structure we can readily associate with an eschatological view of the world--"we tend to see our lives exclusively within the horizontal flow of secular time.
The simpler the study system, the more easily characterizable, but the less its relevance to humans; the more biologically complex and closer the study system as a human response surrogate, the less easy the characterization, but the more confidence about relevance to humans.
By the use of gene technology, clearly defined and molecularly characterizable genes governing desirable characters are transferred.
The catalogue of outlandish textual and preter-textual things that this book does contain obviously creates a wide enough net to catch anything characterizable as the instance of a literary genre.
While he does not maintain that all artworks have histories of development characterizable as 'a period of interplay between artist and the artistic project's "raw materials"' (46), Goldblatt rightly notes that the work in progress has not received the attention that it deserves, and he makes a good case that the ventriloqual model can be profitably used to understand the progression of works that have such histories of development.
Practices commonly grouped by the term initiation, are usually characterizable by a dual plot of masculinization/defeminization, but such practices variably pivot around "boyhood," "adult" status, ancestor lines, the mother, or social ontogenesis per se.
Prandin closes the ATP-dependent potassium channels in the beta cell membrane by binding at characterizable sites.
A very few positional roots have semantics not characterizable with any of the semantic features we describe here for example Tzeltal ch'ab 'be quiet/calm', kux 'be living', chap 'get ready, arrange', or Yucatec xil 'be bristling (angry dog)'.
14) This, arguably, would be sufficient to satisfy common formulations of what it means to act on a discriminatory motive (15) and hence for an action to be characterizable as prima facie discrimination.
Given that it is so difficult to define "entrepreneurship research" as a domain or metafield, it is hardly surprising that some clusters are themselves not specifically characterizable as such and intellectually coherent to their "members" as determined by the ACA.
practice is not in fact properly characterizable as culture to begin
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