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agnostic

a person who holds that knowledge of a Supreme Being, ultimate cause, etc., is impossible
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(42) See Rawls, supra note 15, at 270-74 (writing agnostically
An alternate but related suggestion was to examine chemical structures agnostically with the intent of understanding chemical attributes that tend to produce highly variable responses across populations.
(6) In other words, the critical minimum infrastructure of a holistic C2 system cannot be determined generically or agnostically; rather, it is entirely dependent upon the commander's requirements, given specific missions to accomplish under specific conditions.
"Our beauty advisers are trained agnostically on brands.
(12.) Leiter distinguishes between minimal "recognition respect" and more affirmative "appraisal respect," which evaluates more positively or at least agnostically the views or conduct with which one disagrees.
For, in light of speculative non-buddhist heuristics, all forms of x-buddhism--from the most scientistically covert, such as MBSR and "mindfulness," and the most progressively, agnostically, atheistically, secularly, liberal to the most religiously overt and conservatively orthodox--are the same.
It cannot go out there and lend to SMEs or agnostically go out and buy an instrument that is not traded.
Thomas Didymus" Like George Herbert's "Love (III)," which in some sense served at Simone Weil's point of conversion, or of her profound experience of a transcendent God made present, the poem evokes the sacred space of the church--it is set, in form, as a liturgy--and positions the poet or reader as one attentively, prayerfully, and in some sense, agnostically awaiting a Eucharistic meal.
Camilion and SAP have built their respective solutions from the ground up to externalize product information and agnostically integrate with any core system.
Therefore, when researchers have a specific model in mind, it is practically more reasonable to use the most suitable tests for the model, rather than agnostically use as many tests as they can.