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Logic
a. (of a formal theory) not so constructed that the addition of a non-theorem to the axioms renders it inconsistent
b. (of an expression) not having a reference of its own but requiring completion by another expression
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When designating the Natura 2000 sites in the three counties Vas, Zala and Somogy, several species have not been surveyed at all or just incompletely.
Vaginal examinations (N = 111) Completely Not Incompletely recorded recorded recorded N (%) N (%) N (%) Cervical dilatation 31 (28) 39 (35) 41 (37) Cervical effacement 34 (31) 39 (35) 38 (34) Fetal station 34 (31) 37 (33) 40 (36) Fetal position 0 107 (96) 4 (4)
He said more than 200 election volunteers - monitored by city election supervisors - were trained how and when to make the mark over incompletely filled-in bubbles.
Other possible causes are incompletely regenerated or contaminated desiccant.
But a second explanation is that I seem to have incompletely specified the Redskins standard.
Women in the intervention groups also were less likely than their counterparts in the control group to have multiple partners or to have unprotected intercourse with an untreated or incompletely treated partner--two risky behaviors that were related to higher rates of infection.
The result is more individuals and families are incompletely insured or uninsured.
Updated information from Statistics Canada now reveals that the missed population on the 30 Indian reserves that did not participate in or were incompletely enumerated by the 2001 Census is estimated at about 30,000 Aboriginal people.
This case underlines the importance of a thorough interview and clinical examination to detect characteristic signs (photophobia, painful ocular mobilization, skin rash) in patients returning from areas endemic for dengue fever, when clinical and biological signs incompletely correlate with the primary diagnosis.
Please note that it is common for the flow of a feeding tube to become temporarily obstructed for several reasons: a resident's handling of the tube; a manufacturing imperfection revealed after use; drug-nutrient interaction causing formation of slow-dissolving compounds in tube lumen; or incompletely dissolved formula secondary to mixing technique of manufacturer.
The district court granted the motion, noting that the defendant's medications were dispenses irregularly and incompletely, leading to his collapse in his cell.
Texts and the ideas they present appear outside their larger context, terms are incompletely defined, and there are omissions of startling enormity.