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disjunctive

1. Logic relating to, characterized by, or containing disjunction
2. Logic a disjunctive proposition; disjunction
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Circuit acknowledged that Congress occasionally used the word "and" disjunctively but deemed it did not in this instance.
This implies that a tagset functioning on the morpheme level for Northern Sotho, should with minor adaptations also be useful for languages such as Tswana and Southern Sotho, and possibly with a larger degree of adaptation to Venda and Tsonga, which are also written disjunctively.
Close-ups of the abstract patterns of the rust-eaten metal, sumptuous views of green ropes lying in the golden sand, and shots of pink flamingos mingling in an inland pool combine to produce a disjunctively picturesque image of this forsaken and foreboding place.
Between the two projects, one moves disjunctively from ritualistic body art to the conceptual critique of representation.
79) In this regard, it is important to note that the phrase is drafted disjunctively, (80) meaning the prosecution cannot disclaim its discovery obligations by merely asserting that it has neither possession nor custody of documents and information.
Indeed, art history today must be defined so disjunctively that it often isn't clear whether there is anything on which feminists, poststructuralists, social historians of art, queer theorists, iconographers, connoisseurs, and so on might agree such that their disagreements could offer a productive exchange.
One could say that Usle's work emerges from a dialectic of system and whimsy, the former more visible in paintings like Sueno Reversible (Reversible dream), as well as in many of his smaller, etude-like paintings (for instance Shoji y Vacio [Shoji and emptiness]), with their intricate allover patterning, the latter in such works as Minisculas con Dormidina (Lowercase with sleeping pill) and Eolo, Sueno Blanco (Aeolus, white dream), in which the spatial cues are either lackadaisical and seemingly arbitrary or else jammed in disjunctively.
1998) (holding that where former Secretary of Agriculture was alleged to have attempted to get employees to withhold incriminating documents in violation of 1512 (b)(2)(A), 1512 (b)(2)(B), and 1512 (b)(3), the government may charge different acts of one crime under one count conjunctively, rather than disjunctively, as long as each act is proved separately.
183) The Court held that the count was not duplicitous; rather, the government may charge different acts of one crime under one count conjunctively, rather than disjunctively, as long as each act is proved separately.
191) The Court held that the government may charge different methods of committing one crime under one count conjunctively, rather than disjunctively, as long as it proved each act separately.
56) However the two prongs of [sections] 1344 are not always treated disjunctively.
49) These two prongs are treated disjunctively, so that an act can be criminal under [sections] 1344(1) without also falling under'[sections] 1344(2).