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It is an informational kind of determination, a rendering of something more determinately representative.
Yet Yan Zhenqing did not show the slightest fear and walked towards the fire determinately.
The office of governor was determinately powerless under the original Virginia Constitution (1776-1830), lacking even veto authority.
One could try to reject this conclusion on the grounds that for many French sentences there does seem to be a determinately right translation into English.
The Western contingent's lawmakers determinately followed the idea of Westernized Parliamentary form of the democracy when East opted for becoming a socialist state.
Although not determinately established by the Supreme Court, many courts use the Zippo test, which examines the kind of use to which a defendant's website is being put.
The Medieval logicians give elaborate sets of syntactical rules for determining when a term supposits discretely, determinately, confusedly, or confusedly and distributively.
I mean not to exhibit horror for the purpose of provoking revenge, but to awaken us from fatal and unmanly slumbers, that we may pursue determinately some fixed object.
But the point of capital importance is that (for the purpose of recollection) one should cognize, determinately or indeterminately, the time-relation (of that which he wishes to recollect).
Over the next few days, convection surrounding the system remained disorganized as the disturbance was determinately affected by strong upper level winds and a moderate to high amount of vertical windshear.
Unlike Dworkin, he believes that, although there is a determinately correct moral answer to most moral questions, there exists genuine moral indeterminacy in relation to some rare moral questions.
One of the two propositions in such instances must be true and the other false, but we cannot say determinately that this or that is false, but must leave the alternative undecided.
Persons are wont to say that they remember (something), but yet do not know when (it occurred, as happens) whenever they do not know determinately the exact length of time implied in the 'when'.
It ends with the thirty-nine-year-old Krapp determinately not regretting the choices he has made, certain that what he would produce in the years to come would more than compensate him for any potential loss of happiness.
As chief of army staff, Beg determinately remained military's control over the policies regarding the national security, and highly tolerated Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto's role in formulating the national security policies.
There were puffball skirts and many variations of her wispy chiffon dresses, but the colors were so uniformly muted, the shapes so determinately plain, that the effect was sad, like visiting a rundown zoo.
But it leaves us admitting that if we ever want to say that such a statement is determinately true, we must admit that there are facts in virtue of which it is true but which lie beyond the possibility of verification.
People like the Joneses are energetic, deeply motivated and active in politics, and determinately opposed to Mr Romney - so much so that Mrs Jones threatens to back a third-party candidate should Mr Romney win the Republican nomination.
For to the extent that the range concerned is vague, to that extent non-observation statements have an indeterminate meaning and the range of circumstances under which they are determinately true or determinately false is greatly reduced, perhaps to nothing.
He takes the topic of truth to be the topic of what "determinately holds" ("A timeless truth that floats free of determinateness is a nonscience fiction") and appeals to quantum mechanics to show that there are problems about timeless truth as understood through determinateness.
So for example the subject of a negative claim, or indefinite one supposits determinately, but the subject of a singular claim supposits discretely, while the subject of an affirmative claim supposits confusedly and determinately.
The verificationist who is unwilling to admit the possibility of such facts (in this he is a consistent anti-realist) must therefore say that such a statement, though perhaps it may be determinately false when one of its consequences is observed to be false, still cannot achieve determinate truth.
If we could precisely specify and conclusively verify every member of the set of observation statements which together make up the meaning of a non-observation statement, that non-observation statement would, in accordance with the verification principle, have its own determinate meaning and in certain circumstances be determinately true or determinately false.