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1. (of a logical system) constituted such that a contradiction arises on the addition of any proposition that cannot be deduced from the axioms of the system
2. (of flowers) having sepals, petals, stamens, and carpels

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From all the cells, both those just commenced and those completed, being thus crowned by a strong coping of wax, the bees can cluster and crawl over the comb without injuring the delicate hexagonal walls, which are only about one four-hundredth of an inch in thickness; the plates of the pyramidal basis being about twice as thick.
When bees have a place on which they can stand in their proper positions for working,--for instance, on a slip of wood, placed directly under the middle of a comb growing downwards so that the comb has to be built over one face of the slip--in this case the bees can lay the foundations of one wall of a new hexagon, in its strictly proper place, projecting beyond the other completed cells.
Before last weekend, only two solo riders have completed the Baja 1000 in the past three years.
Where the flaw in conventional wisdom appears to exist is as follows: A lender's underwriting is based on a completed project.
Working in groups, students in a senior-level capstone class completed service learning projects addressing specific needs of community agencies.
6662(d), provided the forms and attachments are completed in a dear manner and in accordance with their instructions.
Climb the highest mountain on a continent completed (Mt.
Data indicate that though misconceptions exist in both Naive students (those who had not completed any psychology courses) and Sophisticated students (those who had completed five to fourteen psychology courses), the concepts that most define what a psychologist is and what they do (e.
Because the checks were paid after she died, the gifts were not completed.
Once applicants submit a completed application to the Human Resources Division, a staffing specialist immediately completes preliminary qualifying checks while the applicant waits.
This means that each resident's initial quarterly, annual and significant-changes assessments are completed on time, accurately and comprehensively; that all the appropriate staff are involved in the data collection process; and that the subsequent care-planning process is based upon the results of the MDS and includes residents and families.

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