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disjunctive

1. Logic relating to, characterized by, or containing disjunction
2. Logic a disjunctive proposition; disjunction
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The only alternative, therefore, appeared to be, return and seek the Indian bands scattered along the small rivers above the mountains.
Hunt announced to his men the dreary alternative he had adopted, and preparations were made to take Mr.
Under these circumstances, but one alternative was left.
Considering the alternatives in the cab, he decided that the wise course was to temporize with Anne, by reporting matters as they then stood.
But to feel that she was alive, and Phoebus also, meant that tortures, shocks, alternatives, life, were beginning again.
Hypothesis 1: Women would bc more likely to report alternative sources of developmental support than would men.
Today, we actually live in a "Hobson's choice" world where our only policy alternatives are offered up by a variety of so-called news providers all parroting some variation of the Establishment line.
We believe this applies to patients uniformly, regardless of whether they're taking prescription medications or alternative medicine agents.
To meet this challenge, agents and brokers must recognize the benefits of moving away from the traditional approach and capitalizing on the strategic advantages in the alternative market.
In April 1977, in the midst of an "energy crisis," President Jimmy Carter began a bold initiative to develop solar energy and other alternative fuels when he unveiled his National Energy Plan, which included setting an example by placing solar panels on the White House.
The survey conservatively gauges the popularity of alternative therapies among people with mental conditions, since it focused only on practitioner-guided approaches.
We believe that amaranth is an alternative crop of high potential, and have worked on the reintroduction of its cultivation throughout Mexico," says Diego Manrique de Lara, commercial director of a Mexican company, San Miguel de Proyectos Agropecuarios.

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