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predication

In CPU instruction execution, executing all outcomes of a branch in parallel. When the correct branch is finally known, the results of the incorrect branch sequences are discarded. See branch prediction.
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(13) On the basis of manuscripts and various references to this and the following predication in rabbinic discussions, Louis Finkelstein determined that the adverb chesed, "grace" in this predication, and rachamim rabbim, "abundant mercy" in the following one, were added in the middle ages.
If, as in the above example, the argument has a much lower vector length than the predicate, and other arguments are better represented in the predicate, the vector that represents the predication will not capture the actual intended meaning.
Section 3 and 3.1 sum up the main properties of resultatives and secondary resultative predication: section 3 is the summary of common features, whereas section 3.1 reviews the Hungarian resultatives and secondary resultative predication.
If, however, she had not overheard the conversation and had merely witnessed the purchasing agent arriving at work in the new SUV, she may have suspicion about how the agent afforded the vehicle, but would not have proper predication to begin a formal investigation.
Thomistic scholars will be particularly interested in Chapter 2 of Hall's book, for it contains a highly synthetic, ad litteram exposition of Aquinas' interpretation of Aristotle's theory of predication. Hall includes a synoptic comparison of the respective Greek and Latin texts without burdening the reader with excessive lexicographical information.
Generic existential predication. Both languages have a monovalent stative predicate dedicated to predicating (a) the existence of an indefinite Figure at a definite or indefinite Ground optionally specified by a Ground-denoting phrase (e.g., 'There is a bug (on your shoulder)'); (b) the location of a definite Figure with respect to a definite or indefinite Ground specified by a Ground phrase (e.g., 'The bug is on your shoulder'); and (c) the possession of an indefinite Figure by a definite and most commonly animate possessor (e.g., 'I have a horse').
The Proto-Uralic locative is also part of an unproductive essive formation in Mari (-nek), which can be used in secondary predication only (Saarinen, Chapter 11, p.
"My predication has come true and now the PTI is going to form the government with the support of allied parties," he said.
The deal is intended to allow e-Therapeutics to utilise Intellegens' technology for predication and error correction of large-scale biological and chemical data.
Ces filieres concernent l'economie monetaire et financiere a la faculte des sciences economiques et commerciales, la predication et la culture islamiques a l'Institut des sciences islamiques, la biologie et l'ecologie a la faculte des sciences de la nature et de la vie, en plus de deux filieres en audiovisuel et qualification en education a la faculte des sciences humaines et sociales, a precise le vice-recteur Bachir Menai.
And if fellow champ golfer Darren Clarke's predication is anything to go by it won't be the last time his name is etched on the famous jug.