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And the terminological profusion, which so passionately he accuses the Greek-Cypriot side of, acquires a new look through a rigorous spin.
where K is the conceptual domain objects ontology; T is a terminological axioms; A is an assertional axioms.
The lexical core of a scientific discourse is a chain of interconnected units, its elements being a word, morphosyntactically conditioned phrase, reproductive phrase, ultimate syntactic unit and a terminological unit.
These sections are framed by an introduction that seeks to clarify terminological issues and outlines the conceptual framework of the book, followed by an overview of more general concerns such as Jewish musical life in Europe before the eighteenth century, synagogue music, klezmer, and folk song, as well as some broad musings on Jews, music, and romanticism.
Of course, notions of rhizomes, horizons, plateaus--the relative nature of center and periphery--have long had currency in the art world, and so such terminological scaffolding may not have been necessary for apprehending the work presented here.
Is the doctrine primarily concerned with terminological and logical similitude (as Ralph McInerny argued) or ontological likeness (as is traditionally asserted)?
It helps individuals and experts who need fast and easy terminological support to search for and translate terms and concepts used in vocational education and training (VET).
It is now time to carefully study the conceptual, methodological, and terminological agreements and disagreements between the two scholars and to evaluate carefully their shared optimism.
The terminological refinement, however, only highlights the problem anew.
In this updated version of the text, chapter one has been re-written to overcome terminological confusion.
One welcomes the Damascus Road conversion by Labour, but to say Conservative plans would lead to building in Grimescar is a terminological inexactitude.
com)-- The translation of media content, literature and marketing requires talents and skills that are almost opposite to those required for technical, legal, medical, or scientific translations, in which conceptual exactness and terminological precision are key.