defined meaning

defined meaning

noun accurate meaning, correct meaning, definition, distinct meaning, exact meaning, explicit meaning, express meaning, faithful meaning, inflexible meaning, literal meaning, methodical meaning, meticulous meaning, narrow meaning, not subbect to interpretation, ordinary meaning, plain meaning, precise meaning, prescribed meaning, rigid meaning, riggrous meaning, sharply defined, significance, specific meaning, strict meaning, unbending meaning, uncomprooising meaning, unequivocal meaning
Associated concepts: construction, literal contract, literal proof, plain meaning rule, rules of statutory, soft plain meaning rule, textualism
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The merit of the linked data approach in this regard is that the data still preserve their defined meaning at each of the respective levels, yet are quickly exchanged between and understood by the different IT systems found therein.
He defined meaning as the manifestation of values, which occurs through three main paths: creativity (e.
Antonovsky (1979) defined meaning in life as a sense of coherence.
well defined meaning of concepts and automatically processable metadata, used by appropriate software agents, establish an efficient approach for satisfying the requirements of eLearning.
Fresh'' in a product name, or in phrases like "freshly baked,'' has no defined meaning.
Due to the material effects of the lawsuit, this newly encoded meaning of space, more specifically urban planning, is imbued with social justice language thereby allowing for social justice to be in the discourse with/against the dominantly defined meaning.
In the BAP policy, certain words and terms have a contractually defined meaning that applies throughout the form.
In the CGL policy certain words and terms have a contractually defined meaning that applies throughout the form.
But in fact, the label currently has no officially defined meaning, which has led the producers of grass-fed meat - primarily beef, but also lamb and bison - to seek USDA certification standards.
His method, a close textual analysis which assumes a well-defined and recoverable meaning in the written text, may sound old-fashioned, but is quite refreshing in today's post-modern claims of the inherent impossibility of locating a defined meaning in text.
With our reason and rational thought, we humans often demand that the days of our lives have meaning, and that all events, even suffering, have a defined meaning.
His research also shows that the "races" are but temporary phases in a constant process of human mixing, and that "race" has no objectively defined meaning.