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So having received the results of serological screening, which significate that a patient has H.
in recovering from the Latins the general notion of sign, and in advancing that notion both by naming distinctively its third term and by shifting the focus from the being to the action of signs (so that it is well understood that in that spiral of semiosis we call experience representamen, significate, and interpretant are constantly changing places as abductions give way to deductions and deductions to retroductions provenating yet further abductions in a semiosis that would be infinite did not death intervene to curtail the process in the individual case), what we were handed was precisely a new set of categories.
La sua densita, a mio parere, sta tutta nell'incipit, con l'introduzione della categoria di <<obbedienza della fede>> come cornice che iscrive il tema classico dell'assensus fidei all'interno del pio globale significate di affidamento, legame, consegna di se.
Recently, a new OpenCV module that provides a GPU acceleration, and covers the most significate part of the library was added to the OpenCV [20].
D'altra parte aver fatto, almeno in parte, i conti con l'antisemitismo ha significate escludere il pregiudizio antiebraico dal vocabolario della politica, come qualcosa che non deve avere spazio.
Talabani and Allawi have discussed the significate of taking necessary steps to achieve the agreements among different poliltical forces and blocs that led to the formation of the government and to push the political process forward," the statement said.
VI, 97), su observacion es pertinente para ambos pasajes: "Although Scotus does not use the expressions 'mediate' and 'immediate significate' in the putatively later works, he clearly distinguishes between the significate strictly speaking (proprie) and the significate by priority (propterprioritatem)".
63-8 (on 17a26-8): "Non est autem intelligendum quod per hoc quod dixit: <<quod est>> et <<quod non est, sit referendum ad solam existenciam uel non existenciam subiecti, set ad hoc quod res significata per predicatum insit uei non insit rei significate per subiectum.
As Hating demonstrated in 1948, when Berengar defined a sacrament as "the visible form of invisible grace," he actually went on to introduce a radical distinction between the sacramentum and the res, thereby splitting apart the visible material sign and its invisible spiritual significate.
136) He also points to the common habit among ancient thinkers of adapting themselves to other people's ways of speaking: "So if you find in the works of Aristotle or the doctors that 'scientia est de rebus' (science is about things), you must say that they are using the significate for the sign according to their common way of conforming themselves to other people's ways of speaking.