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conjunctive

Logic relating to, characterized by, or containing a conjunction
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It implied that crop water status was determined conjunctively by field soil moisture content and atmospheric conditions, and the plant might suffer a higher stress under the same soil moisture condition when the VPD is higher (El-Sharkawy, 2006; Padhi, et al.
The judgment has to be read disjunctively and not conjunctively.
Second, it conjunctively joined all of the judicially crafted anti-abuse doctrines in one new, supersized test.
Abstract: During the last century, the farming productive strategies implemented by ethnics communities around the world, conjunctively with the way they use their natural resources, has been stigmatized by a western "scientific" vision, as wasteful and harmful to the ecosystems.
Instead, users should be able to navigate to districts, apply layers, and perform searches iteratively and conjunctively.
741-42 (1961) conjunctively and held "that state law will control
The Dividing Point 1 is analytically modeled by conjunctively using the propagation theory and the three-dimensional solid geometry.
Therefore, the planners should consider piping reclaimed water to areas where groundwater of good quality is available to conjunctively use and meet crop water requirements for irrigating wheat, cowpea and maize on a rotational basis.
The study found that by using reclaimed water conjunctively with ground water, agricultural land can be increased from 1,353 ha to 3,781 ha.
The obscenity crime under the 1959 Act is a strict liability offence and targets all publications that have "a tendency to deprave and corrupt", a phrase interpreted conjunctively.
Dichy goes on to explain that the Quranic phrase is associated with ritual washing, which can be required when "touching" is meant either conjunctively or disjunctively.
1303, 1310-11 (1974) (discussing the different areas in which experts may be helpful, including conjunctively to prove the individual evidentiary elements of proof).