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[ri′strik·təd]
(geology)
Referring to tectonic transport or movement in which elongation of particles is transverse to the direction of movement.
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For example, reflections based on Richard Rorty's epistemic commitments treat dialogue too restrictedly as conversation that despairs of common reference (95).
A crucial question, which follows from this finding, can be put as follows: how can a restrictedly complex system exist in a much more complex environment and maintain and reproduce itself?
It lies, more restrictedly, with the assumption that the latter must be the direct reflex of the former--that mind and cosmos must be reflexively congruent.
The Wilkens model for diffraction line strain broadening due to dislocations presupposes that in the diffracting crystallites so-called restrictedly random dislocation distributions are present [1].
309); and Andrew Ross, who begins with an excellent--or smart--analysis of how the word 'smart' has changed all its associations through the changes implied in digital culture, though perhaps he reads the history of the word 'smart' a little too restrictedly, and it must be said that the essay does not maintain this momentum.
hiratsukae is the only species of Neosartorya with reticulated ascospores that grow restrictedly on Czapek agar, a characteristic also shown in the case isolate.
It is released into the air by the burning of all sorts of fuel, by volcanic eruptions, and more restrictedly by intensive stockraising and in certain agricultural production practices such as rice production.
But the procedure of limiting one's hermeneutic domain to the primary texts and perhaps even more restrictedly to certain elements in them, i.