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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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Leading international gamification experts are due to speak at the first ever Enterprise Gamification Europe, a two-day event dedicated to helping marketing and digital professionals marketers and apply gamification to help improve their business modelling in the ever-changing, completive and fast-pace game of marketing.
16) These are the completive and passive forms of the verb nyabud, 'to come up,' 'to appear.
We argue that specialist services that enhance race equality can help render better outcomes within this completive market.
We do prescribed burns in Arkansas to lessen fire danger around structures and wooded areas, and promote healthier forest by removing completive or evasive species," says Ranger Doug Carter of Mount Magazine State Park.
Lozier said continues to emphasize that even with the increased difficulty in tracking interchange, credit unions still have a significant completive advantage over the larger banks in debit cards and checking accounts.
This contrasts with the resultative, completive use of the synchronic perfect participle, an example of which is given in the following passage:
The most successful projects we have done recently are from completive bid approach," Kluge adds.
The owners of Chamberlains recognise that they are in a completive market place and therefore do regular restaurant offers.
Initially, it should be noted that there are several factors that a completive petitioner must weigh that are common to all three types of administrative review.
The Senior Male category (30 plus age group) is as always, expected to be a tough and completive race.
For many years they have had a rivalry centered on promoting an annual completive sports event.