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descriptive

adjective characterizing, circumstantial, classificatory, clear, definitional, definitive, delineative, detailed, eloquent, explanatory, explicatory, expository, graphic, identifying, illuminating, illustrative, interpretive, lifelike, narrative, particularized, photographic, pictorial, realistic, representative, revealing, specific, true to life, vivid, well-drawn
Associated concepts: descriptive calls, descriptive term, deecriptive trade name, descriptive trademark, descriptive word
See also: demonstrative, detailed, illustrative, informatory, narrative
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For in indicating that problematic individual of another suppositional world whose identity with some real-world item is in question, we would have to proceed either descriptively or by referential stipulation.
Kenney (Professor of Political Science, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana) is a 328 page compendium comprise of descriptively analytical assessments focused on significant gender based legal issues arising from the geographical jurisdictions, court decisions, and judicial figures drawn from the legal systems of North America and Europe.
Full-Time Woman, Part-Time Career- The Professional Woman's Guide to Building a Flexible Business by Karen Terry, is a descriptively definitive book describing the difficulties in business which a woman may well encounter after having children, and the even greater struggle with finding a career position after rejoining the world of work outside the home.
Newcomers to the apparel industry, a company descriptively named "A Smart Blonde" has introduced a new concept and design not seen before in female apparel.
The latter has the following explication within the framework of possible worlds: for any two worlds, if those worlds are exactly alike descriptively, then they are exactly alike ethically.
Working with nearly 200 pupils, Carpenter taught the youngsters an array of writing techniques, such as finding inspiration, writing descriptively and paying attention to details.
Other regional markets either descriptively or statistically covered include Canada, Mexico, Japan, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, UK, China, India, Thailand, Brazil, Chile, and Venezuela.
Maya Architecture: Temples in the Sky" by architect and photographer KenneithTreister is a superbly reproduced, 240 page compendium descriptively showcasing Mayan temple constructions and how those distinctive buildings incorporated form, function, sculpture and art that inspired a roster of American architects that includes the legendary Frank Lloyd Wright.
MacLeod's observing eye is non-judgmental, his listening ear descriptively unfaltering.
Husserl approaches experience descriptively and includes "active Subjectivity" in his account of perception.
The US market is descriptively and quantitatively analyzed with 24 information rich tables, and is designed to provide the reader a statistical insight, and prelude into the prevalent retailing semantics, and demographic/consumer behavioral patterns.
Sarma, "Major Soil Groups of the World: Ecology, Genesis, Properties and Classification" by agricultural scientist and academician Jean-Paul Legros is a 478 page compendium descriptively and analytically surveying all of the principle categories of planetary soil.