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intensional

(philosophy)
A description of properties, e.g. intensional equality, that relate to how an object is implemented as opposed to extensional properties which concern only how its output depends on its input.
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Students rated self-efficacy at the top followed by intensions, and motivators leading to their entrepreneurial decisions.
Entrepreneurship intension has been widely studied by researchers in economics, management, sociology, psychology as well as in anthropology due to its significant to the expansion of an economy by way of job creation and wealth creation.
Wala naman masama dahil maganda ang intension ng misyon, hulihin ang mga terorista.
Some new players are said to have initiated discussions with the IRDA with the intension of entering the Indian markets.
A statement by his press office cited today that the Iraqi government's intension is to solve all the eternal problems with the local governments and with the government of Kurdistan or externally with the surrounding countries, such as Turkey and Saudi Arabia and other countries.
June 20, 2014 (KHARTOUM) - The Sudanese riot police on Friday have fired tear gas to disperse popular protests against government's intension to sell public lands at Al-Hamadab neighbourhood, south of the capital Khartoum.
MoD initially defended the order saying the intension was to simplify the process of decision- making and avoid delays.
This offer is issued to the customers with an intension of getting some benefit under the tag 'Save BIG with our Privilege Offer'.
According to some analysts, the intension is to demonstrate that it has the technology both to build a nuclear warhead and the missile system to deliver it to a target.
One is the function which maps "Russia" in our world--the indexical world, the world to which we belong--called primary intension; one is the class of functions which maps "Russia" in all other possible worlds, called secondary intension.
YONHAP stated that the South Korean government is expected to explain the reason of returning the letter to the Japanese side and to clealry confirm its intension to protect South Korean territories including the disputed islets.
Given the fact that most gasoline and diesel needed in Fujian are transported distantly from northeastern China at high transport costs, market observers said that CPC's intension makes quite good sense, because this situation in the province will make its petroleum products, shipped from Taiwan much shorter distances, more price competitive than rivals in the market.