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disjunctive

1. Logic relating to, characterized by, or containing disjunction
2. Logic a disjunctive proposition; disjunction
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"Instead, the verdict director included several disjunctive theories of liability that have no basis under the MHRA," he said.
Brink rejects identifying higher-level properties with infinitely disjunctive lower-level properties.
(1) Hoppe effectively says that if a person is genuinely indifferent between a pair of options A and B (they are equally valued by hint), and B and C (they are also equally valued but occupy a lower position on the person's value scale), then the person's choice (as understood normally) between A, B, C, D is in fact reducible to the choice between the following two disjunctive alternatives:
Keywords: Business Process; Workflow Process; Disjunctive, Conjunctive, and Iterative Routing Patterns, Stochastic Information Control Nets, Proportional Information Control Nets, Temporal Workcases, Process Warehouse
We determine disjunctive activities at the beginning of our algorithm to perform this test during the fathoming check at every node of the branching tree.
Recursive Aggregates in Disjunctive Logic Programs: Semantics and Complexity.
In this way, they analyze an alternative form to express exclusive disjunctive formulae with three or more disjuncts.
Consider these two consecutive quatrains: "As the echoes of Sherlock's high-pitched rebel yells / clung to the thatch in a smoke knot, / I'd only very gradually taken note / how Herbert Hoover's casting spells // (and offering that "chicken in every pot") / had come too late for Robert Frost, / cooped up as he'd been on the edge of a forest / with 300 Wyandottes." We have the book's characteristic disjunctive feel as the mind scrambles to connect Sherlock Holmes with Herbert Hoover with Robert Frost with Wyandottes and with the speaker's ostensible meditation, all in a poem purportedly about--well, it's hard to say.
He covers prologue with chorus: sensibility's machinic turn and music's privilege, sensing through participation or the art of acting out, setting out: from Warhol and Beuys, us all: individuation as trans-formation and trans-formation as social sculpture, Freud's repression: where the living seize the dead and vice versa, and the disjunctive conjunction: </mai oo est donc Ornicar?
These outcomes may represent different aspects of the same complex underlying aetiology, rather than being disjunctive phenomena.
When parties argue in the alternative, the proof process depends on the plausibility of their disjunctive explanations.