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Synonyms for continuant

consonant articulated by constricting (but not closing) the vocal tract

of speech sounds produced by forcing air through a constricted passage (as 'f', 's', 'z', or 'th' in both 'thin' and 'then')

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Humans as continuants, on the other hand, may change in either of two ways: through development over time or through gaining or losing parts.
This expansion is sustained, to a certain extent, in the activity of continuant and transient authors who, together, are responsible for most of the papers published throughout the period under study, which points to the stratification of scientific production (see Merton, 1996) associated with a reduced number of authors, especially continuants.
They will be called circular continuant polynomials.
mar) continuants /s, m, r, f/ * Final sound identification (e.
Instead, the paper argues that individual processes share with substantial continuants an important property here called "modal robustness in virtue of form.
But, he suggests, no argument for (CII) can be based on this since "this metaphysical view of continuants is plausible only if particular claims like ["Lumpl=Goliath"] are true.
SHPS presented a comprehensive end-to-end solution that manages multiple plan designs on the back end with a simple, effective customer interface that satisfies the needs of COBRA continuants," said Alex Bleckert, Vice President, Benefits Services for Federated.
Provide eligible employees, retirees, COBRA continuants, and their eligible dependents, hereinafter referred to as members, with a quality, affordable medical and prescription drug program.
A view of individuals as constituted of quantities of matter, both understood as continuants enduring over time, is elaborated in some detail.
CompLink has headquarters in Dallas and represents nearly 4,500 clients, more than 25,000 COBRA continuants and 40,000 direct bill participants.
This leaves the question of what continuants are, if they exist at a time by virtue of something else.
CompLink is headquartered in Dallas, Texas and represents nearly 4,500 clients and over 25,000 COBRA continuants.
Processes are continuants with an internal order and direction of change.
This system is a win-win for everyone because it satisfies the needs of COBRA continuants and retired employees for payment options and flexibility while allowing HR professionals to focus on other challenges.