NOT function

NOT function

[′nät ‚fəŋk·shən]
(mathematics)
A logical operator having the property that if P is a statement, then the NOT of P is true if P is false, and false if P is true.
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In a report launched following claims that labour shortages could see food rotting in fields, the Parliamentary Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee said UK agriculture could not function without foreign labour.
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When one of the two does not want it to run, the Parliament does not function," he added.
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From the office junior to the chairman's secretary, we could not function efficiently without their support.
Control is, of course, an illusion, because costs are associated with flow, not function or activity.
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