closed term

closed term

(theory)
A term with no free variables.
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So, for example, identifying a definite noun phrase as an epsilon term that picks out some witness for a previously existentially quantified formula, even one that has narrow scope with respect to some containing context, means that the antecedent whereby that definite NP is interpreted is a closed term carrying all the content of that containing proposition.
June 2008 - Closed term loan facility to refinance existing loans, acquisition facility, line of credit facility, and sale of a minority interest of the Canadian operations
When implemented in the context of a closed Term Set, Luxid applies the Term Set to content, enabling precise institutional governance over - managed - metadata through an Enterprise taxonomy.
45% for a five-year closed term, with no monthly fees.
This acquisition was funded through MPT's recently closed term loan with Merrill Lynch.
Service King and Creative Body Works together closed terms on the partnership, of which details were not disclosed, on May 29.