truth set


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truth set

[′trüth ‚set]
(mathematics)
A set containing all the elements that make a given statement of relationships true when they are substituted in this statement.
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And then an obvious truth set in: Old legends don't go down that easily.
The truth set me free, even when I tried to cover it up.
In the book, Howell applies his detailed research of theology and the end-time prophecies involving the Roman Catholic Church to a winding narrative of truth set against the striking backdrop of Australia.
3 /PRNewswire/ -- Playboy takes reality television to a deeper level with The Extreme Truth set to premiere on Playboy TV, Sunday, August 10 at 8 PM (ET), 10 PM (PT).
And this truth sets me free, because it gives me a reason to live and to love, and a passion to fight for the breaking of chains everywhere.
The truth sets us free and then we can heal authentically and forgive.
The truth sets you free, even if it takes you decades to find it.
IF Alan Marsden thinks the truth sets you free (Voice of the North, May 26) then why does he not tell the truth?
For those who are the people whom he respects, who he calls the "True Believers," the truth sets them free.
As the sole provider of actual usage data aggregated from millions of subscribers using True View(TM), a patent-pending census-based methodology, Ground Truth sets the benchmark for Mobile Internet measurement.
Cooney brings everything to a climax with another crisis that brings the family together--Michael finally tells the truth about his father to the others and the truth sets Lily free.
Thomas Sullivan and Russell Pannier argue that downplaying the investigation into being as being as well as the nature of transcendental properties such as goodness and truth sets severe limits on the metaphysical enterprise.