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invalid

Logic (of an argument) having a conclusion that does not follow from the premises: it may be false when the premises are all true; not valid

What does it mean when you dream about being an invalid?

A dream about being an invalid may signify the lack of confidence and energy to pursue some issue. Hopelessness may have crippled the dreamer’s will to stand up and perform.

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The Posner paradigm appears to be better suited for investigation of the disengagement mechanism: since a threat-related or neutral stimulus is displayed briefly in one of two possible locations followed by a probe in one location, slower responses on invalidly cued trials are interpreted as difficulty in disengagement from threat (Fox et al.
Fennane's (1987, 1988) Rosmarino tournefortii-Tetraclinetum articulatae is syntaxonomically identical, yet invalidly published.
An annulment is a decree from a church tribunal that a marriage between two persons was invalidly contracted.
trial where a defendant invalidly proceeds pro se cannot produce a
Under a plan that Lehman submitted to creditors and the court on June 29, 2011, initial claims were reduced to $764 billion, after adjusting for duplicate, inflated, and invalidly filed claims.
Conversely, had the panel found itself to have been invalidly constituted, such a finding would have raised the circuitous issue of whether that decision would itself have been valid.
a Washington-based Pepsi bottler, contended that a ruling by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) was invalid on the grounds that three of the five NLRB members who decided the case had been invalidly appointed during times that were not recesses.
Yet Obama's proposed rules invalidly profile those with mental illness as perpetrators rather than victims of crime.
a Washington-based Pepsi-bottler, contended that a ruling by the National Labor Relations Board was invalid on the grounds that three of the five NLRB members had been invalidly appointed during times that should not have been considered recesses.
He closed all the Latin churches in Constantinople and desecrated all the hosts after they had been gathered, claiming they were invalidly consecrated.
html ("[T]he Court has invalidly inferred a particular proposition.
We invalidly infer falsehoods from truths, when we try more generally to apply the basis of Kripke's mode of reasoning in the argument.