conjunction


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the temporal property of two things happening at the same time

the state of being joined together

an uninflected function word that serves to conjoin words or phrases or clauses or sentences

the grammatical relation between linguistic units (words or phrases or clauses) that are connected by a conjunction

(astronomy) apparent meeting or passing of two or more celestial bodies in the same degree of the zodiac

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- Slavko Skender, (under II) sections a.1, a.2, b., c., (under III) sections a.2, a.4., a.5., a.6, b., the criminal offense of Crimes against Humanity under Article 172(1)(h), as read with subparagraphs (e) and (k) of the CC BiH, in conjunction with Article 29 and Article 180(1) and (2) of the CC BiH; and in relation to (under II) sections b.3, c., (under III) sections a., a.1., a.3., a.4., a.6, b.
''Giving the free petrol refill will, to a certain extent, lighten the burden of consumers under the B40 group in conjunction with the festive season.
The centre of three celestial objects (sun, earth and Mercury) will align along a straight line during the 'superior conjunction'.
Pollux and Castor aren't bright enough to simulate perfectly a truly dazzling conjunction of planets.
Mario Raymundo, chief of Pagasa's astronomical observation unit, said it was technically not correct to call the event a planetary alignment, but a conjunction of planets.
Starting from the concept that the conjunction of an object is automatically performed, Morey (2009) suggests that there are two possible explanations for the retention of integrated information in the memory.
The Southern Taurids follow theAaAeAeA Venus-Mars conjunction. The Tauri are expected to be near peak activity over the weekend.
At times, the physicality of the painting's surface seems dense and compacted [Conjunction 92-99, 1992) or rugged and almost scab-like (Conjunction 98-23, 1998), but it can also seem as though the emergent paint has barely grazed the hempen membrane or has been scraped down to the fabric's tooth (Conjunction 77-17, 1977).
[conjunction] [c.sub.t]," where [disjunction], [conjunction], and [logical not] denote logical disjunction, conjunction, and negation operators, respectively.
Given a property (predicate), if the conjunction of the component invariants and the interaction invariants is able to establish the property, one concludes the verification.
He has used coordination especially the chronological role of the coordination conjunction and' to achieve the desired temporal movement.
To prove this it is sufficient to consider that any Boolean function f([k.sub.1],[k.sub.2],...,[k.sub.n]) can always be expressed in a normal form of disjunctive clauses, each clause being a conjunction of keywords [k.sub.i] or [bar.[k.sub.j]], like this:
Recent studies in this field have mainly been done on grammatical cohesion such as reference, substitution, ellipsis, and conjunction of English written texts e.g., Bennet-Kastor (1986); Coulthard (1994); Gutwinski (1976); Parsons (1991); Parsons (1996); and Stotsky (1983)).
There were two kinds of recognition test trials: feature trials and conjunction trials.
Voucher cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or ticket, pre-paid ticket or fast track entry.