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j] > 0 (j = 1, 2), it follows from (8) and Denotation 2 that
The near impossibility of denotation in complex communication arrives as a surprise in the museum world not just because of museums' empirical, scientific roots but, more powerfully, because the intense materiality of the work of museums seems to underpin denotation.
In this regard, Chairman of the Chamber, Khaled Al Moayyed, said "the attendance of HRH the Premier to the Chamber's Diamond Jubilee celebration is a great honor to the Chamber and the business community of Bahrain, and a clear denotation of the Premier's faith in this deep-rooted organization and its role as well as support to the private sector".
revise words with both denotation and connotation in mind;
For those not acquainted with the uniqueness of Roger Bacon's theory of denotation, signification, and the role of equivocation in logical analysis, the translator's introduction will be a good road-map.
He makes clear the denotation of the language of self, hyper-realism and truth in the middle American emancipation of self, waste of sexuality in mid-America, power and the formation of hegemony, terrorism in the language of self as the foundation of future criticism, and isolation and the language of self.
But the word's main denotation is as a vulgar term for "penis.
Referring to Figure 3, the modeling exercise using QUAL2K showed that even at 90% load reduction, the Class II denotation would barely be achieved.
Summary: Israeli denotation of 300 copies of 'Diary of a Young Girl' to Tokyo libraries comes after damage of hundreds of copies.
While the word "bodega" has the Hispanic denotation, as far as the insurers are concerned such grocery/ fruit/vegetable establishments owned by Koreans or Vietnamese, etc.
NOW THERE'S A WORD YOU DON'T hear much anymore, although it seems useful enough for our times, with its denotation of the proud and boastful.