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connective

An operator used in logic to combine two logical formulas. See first order logic.
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Often this class D is carved out by a particular connective, in which case the connective is special in the logic.
Conventional ways of teaching connectives emphasize joining pairs of sentences with these "linking words" and testing the students' mastery with gap-filling exercises in which connectives are to be supplied.
Ebix Inc (NASDAQ:EBIX), a supplier of on-demand software and e-commerce services to the insurance industry, said today that it has acquired Connective Technologies Inc for an undisclosed cash sum.
Healthy connective tissue will impact on our structure, movement, organ health and cardiovascular efficiency.
Breakthrough Connective Technology describes the new connective technology available today and explains how it can be used within the context of supply chain management.
Because of faulty connective tissue, the wall of the aorta (the large artery that carries blood from the heart to the rest of the body) may be weakened and stretch, a process called aortic dilation.
Connective tissue and related disorders: These disorders of the body's immune, or defense system are related to the connective tissues of the body (connective tissues include mucous, fibrous, fat, cartilage and bone tissues which support body structures and bind body parts together).
Working with Ugo Ripamonti, an oral surgeon at the University of the Witwatersrand Medical School in Johannesburg, South Africa, Reddi has applied the protein to coax damaged bone and tooth-anchoring connective tissues to repair themselves.
Continuous molding works by indexing each shot partially out of the mold and then fusing its connective strip with that of the next shot.
Today it is thought that the syndrome results from a defect in the body's connective tissue - more specifically in collagen - the fibrous material providing support to the organs and body in general, and elasticity to the heart and blood vessels.

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