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prompt critical

[′prämpt ¦krid·ə·kəl]
(nucleonics)
Capable of sustaining a chain reaction without the aid of delayed neutrons.
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Whether you agree with the author or not, Margin of Victory is a worthy read with several well-considered recommendations that will prompt critical thinking and debate among senior military leaders and others in the defense community about how we fight--and what it might take to win the next war.
Joyce Marie was skilled at wordplay, coining some phrases from scripture to prompt critical thinking while designing others to motivate and inspire.
An opening vignette illustrates the question raised, followed by concise discussion based on current science, a conclusion, and five questions to prompt critical thinking.
She affirms that mourning, anxiety and utter depression should prompt critical analysis and praxis rather than violence and militarization.
Endocrine systems evolved to yield exquisite sensitivity to hormones that normally prompt critical developmental processes and physiologic functions, including sexual behavior and reproduction.
Illustrated with examples from managerial practice, the book is designed to prompt critical thinking and assist practitioners to chart their own path through the knowledge jungle.