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generative

of or relating to the production of offspring, parts, etc.
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The more elements built upon a platform, the more generatively entrenched it will be.
So far as structural Case assignment in Pashto conjoined subjects constructions is concerned we find that neither the traditional nor the generative grammarians/ syntacticians bothered to study structural Case assignment or conjoined subjects either traditionally or generatively.
Reading to the Core: Learning to Read Closely, Critically, and Generatively to Meet Performance Tasks
These new works were made in Berlin, where Fletcher moved not long ago with his family, and they represent one of the main strands of the artist's practice, which in recent years has alternated between photos like these, made in his generatively restricted studio setting, and a kind of charged plein-air documentation.
Equivalence-based instructions are considered important because they aim at teaching generatively (Fienup et al.
As Elissa Foster (2008) notes in her increasingly relevant and still vibrant essay "Commitment, Communication, and Contending with Heteronormativity," relationship scholars--particularly in interpersonal communication studies--are still uncertain about how to proceed in ways that generatively draw from reflexive epistemological stances, especially when it comes to ways of understanding, marking, measuring, or otherwise acknowledging sexuality.
Here, then, lies the purpose of my recently published book The Sacred and the Cinema, which is to demonstrate how orality and alphabetic literacy both generatively and affectively contour filmic communion with the holy, as well as to explain, in a more particularized fashion, the etiological reasons for such differently-charged modes of spiritual expression.
Here, then, lies the purpose of The Sacred and the Cinema: to demonstrate how orality and literacy both generatively and affectively contour filmic communion with the holy, as well as to explain, in a more particularized fashion, the etiological reasons for such differently charged modes of spiritual expression.
STOP IT 221 (2008) ("Cheap sensors generatively wired to cheap
This work shows, for the first time, that even for infants who have only just begun to 'crack the language code,' language promotes culturally-shared knowledge and actions - naturally, generatively and apparently effortlessly," said Sandra R.
Beyond word problems and textbooks: Using reading generatively in the mathematics classroom.
The faculty interpreted Ruth's failure to know and to interact generatively with her urban students not as elitism but as an inability to make sense of an environment alien to her experience.

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