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conjunctive

Logic relating to, characterized by, or containing a conjunction
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[11] proposed a scheme that supports the conjunctive keyword search and resists off-line keyword guessing attacks.
The report also recommended to strengthen water user associations (WUAs) for local-scale monitoring and management of groundwater resources in line with agreed conjunctive water management
In this paper we proposed an IDERMKS scheme which supports conjunctive keywords.
As these provisions are separated by the word "and," the landowners assert that these provisions must be read in the conjunctive. Therefore, according to the landowners, the Pipeline's petitions must fail because it failed to present any evidence that the activities were necessary to satisfy any regulatory requirements.
Among their topics are Hilbert's t and e in proof theory: a proof-theoretical representation of universal and existential statements, exploring and extending the landscape of conjunctive approach to verisimilitude, quantified modal justification logic with existence predicate, two days in the life of a genius, and the Wittgensteinian and the ontological (three-dimensional) reaction to the naturalistic challenge.
To begin, it is known that the eight known logical connectors are nothing but conjunctive characters and tools in the natural language which are used to link between two sentences or more in order to form a meaningful speech.
Ill back up for a moment and quickly remind busy readers that and lets you have it both ways (conjunctive) while or forces you to make a choice (disjunctive).
Conjunctive use of surface water shall be planned to check waterlogging as well as to increase productivity," the ministry said.
They included rich conjunctive relations and lexical resources in their later texts compared to the pre-test texts.
The CJP also raised questions over the meaning and purpose of these words, adding that the words honest and amin could be interpreted in a conjunctive or disjunctive manner.
There is a theory that its potential to cure and alleviate infections of the eye originated with the 'Doctrine of Signatures' developed by Paracelsus: 'That nature or god marked the plants to indicate their curative powers': the flowers of Eyebright resemble a conjunctive and bloodshot eye.
The biggest part of the fibrous tunica is the sclera which is formed by conjunctive tissue, rich in collagen fibers that assume direction parallel to the eye bulb surface according to (Figs.