oppositeness


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Tendency to pay higher prices consist of the tendency rate of consumer to pay higher prices for obtaining considered brand in same conditions (In terms of volume and equal amount) in oppositeness with other rivals.
what/that they both are, and their oppositeness to each other, and the being, in its turn, of this oppositeness, are things which the soul itself tries to decide for us, by reviewing them and comparing them with one another" (186B2-9).
First, ideas about a naturally dichotomous relationship between boys and girls is strongly promoted, whereby sexuality fuses the essential oppositeness of the two genders.
Sensations of pleasure and pain, however, are too heterogeneous for their oppositeness to be analogously simple.
Results revealed that the intellectually gifted children exhibit the following personality characteristics: (a) tendency to approach situations from personal reflections; (b) sophisticated emotional resources; (c) high levels of initiative and creativity; (d) tendency to perfectionism; (e) need to control situations; (f) unconventionality; (h) high levels of sensibility; (i) oppositeness, as well as (j) insight resources.
A significant portion of them are represented by the lexical relations of antonymy (oppositeness) and hyponymy/hyperonymy.
They cite Salome's comments to Freud, five months before he sent her the completed manuscript of Beyond the Pleasure Principle: "'[I]t is my view, in general, that as products of the unconscious they [sadism and masochism] are in fact identical in their oppositeness.'" According to Barossa and Rooney, she "goes on to posit a masochism beyond this, stating, 'I cannot get rid of the feeling that the primary masochism is a pre-sadistic one which is then resuscitated secondarily, after this has been made possible by the small portion of ego-consciousness which was necessary to produce the sadism'" (Barossa and Rooney 296, citing Freud and Salome, Letters 103).
"Method, Oppositeness and Adjacency, and Proportionality in Maritime Boundary Delimitation".
Every episode has all the elements of riveting drama: the male and female characters, who despite their essential oppositeness, yearn to connect; smoldering passion; and a triumphant progression to a happy ending despite all the obstacles that chance and human perversity can hurl in their way.