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instantiate

(1) To launch or run.

(2) In object technology, to create an object of a specific class. See instance.
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The data were purposively sampled to project positive and negative instantiations of appraisal resources the Nigerian electorate, via WhatsApp, used to (a) reflect the issues of performance in office, and (b) the yearnings of people for a president who would formulate and implement policies which would translate to 'better life' for the ordinary people.
Google offers Instantiations Developer Tools for free
The instantiations of several design components typically interrelate with each other as classes will play roles of several instantiations.
Although the perceived strength of specific-conclusion arguments should be largely a function of the fit between argument categories and participant-generated superordinates, as described above, the number of premise instantiations should also play a role in determining strength.
Instantiations, a provider of advanced Java development and deployment solutions, announced recently that it has begun shipping CodePro Studio 2.
in that the influence of repertory is such that a given collection will have many instantiations of the same musical work--one Tchaikovsky Fifth Symphony (a musical work), but a dozen scores of different sizes and formats, and dozens of recordings, not to mention excerpts and arrangements.
We will conclude that this incommensurability is often present in the domain of basic human goods and in the domain of instantiations of basic human goods.
It shows--in a sense to be made precise--that for local tree queries the possible instantiations of the reflexive descendants of a variable x [element of] fr(Q) in answers only depend on the instantiation of x, but not on the instantiation of the ancestors of x in Q.
Meta-assessment is defined as the deliberate examination of the elements, basic conditions, and needs of a service program that transcend particular instantiations of a particular thing.
Only near-perfect instantiations of the form of beauty draw us closer to the divine.
SuperCede Inc, the fast Java compiler company spun out of Paul Allen's Asymetrix Corp back in 1997 (CI No 3,199), has sold off its high performance Java Flash Compiler technology to rival company Instantiations Inc, on undisclosed terms.
In defining vagueness, Neville follows Charles Sanders Peirce: "the term 'vagueness' is used here not to mean fuzzyness but the logical property of tolerating instantiations that are contradictory of each other on their own level" (p.