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having distinct limits

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precisely determined or limited or defined

not continuing to grow indefinitely at the apex

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supplying or being a final or conclusive settlement

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Determinate (bush) varieties produce their fruits on the growing tips, causing the branch to stop production once the fruit has set.
This is because nature is not simple and determinate. In recent decades, scientists have come to recognise that nearly everything - from physics to biology to human behaviour - is complex and indeterminate.
The correlation decreased in the second height in comparison to the first because of the lines that had br gene and determinate growth habit which led them to grow normally during the seedling stage but after seedling stage, the internodes of those with br gene developed shorter than that of determinate lines and growth of determinate lines were checked after flowering whereas semi-determinate and indeterminate lines continued to grow as flowering occurred.
Saqib further stressed the need of availability of low cost of energy supply which is the basic determinate of sustainable development.
Saqib stressed the need of availability of low cost of energy supply which was the basic determinate of sustainable development.
An intangible asset that has an economic value must offer measurable benefits in form of extra income and benefit either they are determine the customers to have a positive perception of the segment that they act, so a useful intangible asset can determinate in a good way the financial position of a company.
(2) The most fundamental expression of a thing's unity must include the most specific form of unity under which it falls (for example, one shade of whiteness rather than one color or quality; one human being rather than one animal or substance); its less determinate forms of unity (genera) are parasitic on its most determinate form of unity (species).
The fact that the exact area of these adjoining residential lots is subject to the result of a survey does not detract from the fact that they are determinate or determinable.
To handle this issue, this paper firstly defines a new concept of neutrosophic number functions for the neutrosophic number objective functions and constraints in engineering optimization design problems with determinate and indeterminate information and then proposes a general neutrosophic number optimization model and a solution method to realize neutrosophic number optimization problems of truss structure design, where the obtained neutrosophic number optimal solution can satisfy the design requirements in indeterminate situations.
Judge Geoffrey Miller QC said he would impose a determinate custodial sentence of 14 months, split equally between custody and licence.
Many hybrids also tend to be more compact, thanks to a characteristic called "determinate growth." Determinate hybrids only grow to a determined height, so they are more like a bush than vinelike indeterminate heirlooms.
The first step for successful negotiations is to clearly determinate the negotiation position of Gruevski "only I can be the Prime Minister and nobody else" is illegitimate, no matter if supported by one "imperfect" but "general and fair voting" (if that is not the case, Hahn lied to the whole world public when he stressing that, and Monday he will have to set things right, to the contrary the negotiations will have to be terminated), comments Branko Geroski in Sloboden Pecat.
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