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intentional

Philosophy
a. of or relating to the capacity of the mind to refer to different kinds of objects
b. (of an object) existing only as the object of some mental attitude rather than in reality, as a unicorn in she hopes to meet a unicorn
References in classic literature ?
Nietzsche practically tells us here that it is not he who intentionally wears eccentric clothes or does eccentric things who is truly the individualist.
thought Kitty, discerning that Anna had intentionally not responded to Vronsky's bow.
repeated Mr Riderhood, growing intentionally slower of comprehension as the other quickened in his speech.
We would never intentionally target a protected medical facility," said Campbell.
Authorities suspect flammable material was used intentionally.
The big issue will be receiving a four-year ban if the athlete is judged to have acted intentionally - and 'acting intentionally' is subjective and open to interpretation.
Global Banking News-August 20, 2014--Syrian central bank declines to replace currency that has been intentionally defaced
Summary: Chief justice in Kermanshah says 'offenders' ignored warnings from police and 'ate intentionally.
For the study, 40 participants (20 men, 20 women) provided intentionally manipulated voice samples for the desired traits, plus a normal speech sample.
Amidst much personal probing by show host Amro Al Laithi, special guest Rami Sabri spoke to the question we've all been wondering for awhile: is he intentionally trying to look like Amr Diab?
ISLAMABAD -- The Human Rights Commission has lashed out at Indian Army for killing a carpet weaver intentionally and knowingly and framing him in a manipulated case in 1994.
Pleaded guilty to Intentionally Encouraging or Assisting the Commission of an Offence, namely for another to commit fraud by false representation.