They are not to be regarded seriously as having a distinct meaning.
The world has often been led away by a word to which no distinct meaning could be attached.
The point in the story in which they gain the ability to verbally express themselves, with words that have distinct meaning
, is accompanied by a flood of illustrative color.
Some of her designs may look abstract to a non-Aboriginal observer, however, every pattern and line holds a distinct meaning
These claims include: a) one must attend to a text's genre when interpreting it; b) a distinct meaning
may be implicitly expressed by a textual whole, above and beyond those of its parts; c) unconscious meanings can be expressed and thus interpreted; d) one may need to attribute inconsistencies to a text in order to properly understand it; and e) non-linguistic art expresses meanings that can nevertheless be linguistically articulated.
Such features lend distinct meaning
to home dining; the low brow decor will leave you feeling as if you've literally strolled into your neighbor's kitchen.
He said Japan enjoys a rich culture of dolls, each with its own distinct meaning
and purpose deeply connected to daily life.
Rather than follow the traditional method of ordering the kanji according to their frequency of use, Heisig organizes them according to their component parts or "primitive elements," each with a distinct meaning
with its own distinct image.
There are three impedances, each with a different and distinct meaning
, yet, we too often use the same word for each application, without the appropriate qualifier.
Paperless loan: "This is probably the most overused term, and has no distinct meaning
Although all eight questions were distinct meaning
units, the first five focused on rules and procedures, while the last three listed concerns about bullies and older students.
As a result, the attributes ascribed by God to himself are deprived of any distinct meaning
, since they correspond neither to the incomprehensible divine reality nor to human realities (God's justice and human justice, to take one example, are said to be incommensurable).