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instantiate

instantiate

(1) To launch or run.

(2) In object technology, to create an object of a specific class. See instance.
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Also note that, while Marie cannot instantiate both D and ND, she might instantiate neither because she has no relevant motivated dispositions.
In the instantiation process of the design pattern, the "Generic Instantiation" method can use the rename plug-in to instantiate the design pattern, thus avoiding a lot of repetitive developments and proofs.
It considers the degree of the variables to decide which one to instantiate before the others.
(89) We do not know whether these would have been the only moral Forms that were not empty before the cosmos came into being, as we are not told very much about the demiurge, whose nature may (or may not) happen to be such as to instantiate other moral Forms as well, conceivably even all of them.
If the requested resources are plausible, it commands the organization task to instantiate and adapt interior software and communication in the partition, and adapts the scheduling accordingly.
"An application blueprint provides a templating language that describes how to instantiate an application in the cloud," Che said.
The narrative is methodologically compelling as it attempts to instantiate a theory of social justice through empirical research using three case studies (New York, London and Amsterdam).
The Dalvik VM--designed specifically for Android--provides two key capabilities: First, programmers can instantiate it, or create it, as needed so each application has its own private copy running in a Linux process, which protects its code and data from other applications.
In fact, we reject arguments that instantiate invalid forms because we know the form in question will not guarantee a good argument (if arguments are presented as persuasive in virtue of their form and the truth of their premises).
Indeed, Walled States brims with keen observations about the current political, economic, and social tensions and pathologies these wails simultaneously instantiate and seek to redress, and provides a vibrant account of a pivotal phenomenon in twenty-first-century international politics.
The authors (Capitol College) show how to instantiate objects, call methods of classes, design user-defined classes, and build graphical user interfaces.