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conjunctive

Logic relating to, characterized by, or containing a conjunction
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Some of the above mentioned conjunctive devices also function as discourse markers, or what Halliday and Hasan (1976) referred to as continuatives.
Through her conjunctive "and" and acknowledgement of mixed ethnicities, Kempadoo nods to the Caribbean peoples' multifaceted identities, but her english denotes a movement away from Harris's multifaceted yet unified people.
001) in TMT administered mice, whereas there was a significantly decline in the MDA levels of mice in the conjunctive treatment (TMT+GBE) group as shown in Fig.
2012) (addressing this failure in the MCM's sample specifications under Article 134 and including a conjunctive allegation of the terminal elements of clause 1 and clause 2 for those Article 134 offenses).
Making use of the conjunctive interpretation of the English "or" allows us to continue to understand the reason operator as functioning logically in ordinary ways.
With conjunctive use, you use river water, renewable water, in conjunction with the aquifer water," Smethills says, waving toward Chatfield Reservoir.
Tillage alone did not show any significant effect on SQI, whereas the conjunctive nutrient-use treatments significantly influenced the SQI in these semi-arid tropical Alfisols.
We chose the adaptive possibility fusion which adopts a conjunctive mode between the data when the sources are in agreement, and moves gradually towards a disjunctive mode when the sources diverge.
If the Fourth Circuit had instead applied the apparent conjunctive analysis of the Federal Circuit in Coltec, no opinion would have been necessary because of the taxpayer's concession for purposes of the motion.
We do not impose general restrictions on the expressiveness of the ontology language; however, we require the availability of two decidable reasoning services: satisfiability of a conjunctive query, and containment test of two conjunctive queries, both w.
The court had to determine whether Congress meant to use the word "and" conjunctively or disjunctively If a conjunctive interpretation was intended, the tax would be imposed only if the charges were computed based on the time and the distance of the calls.
The adverbial conjunctive then bridges the information gap.