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DETERMINATE. That which is ascertained; what is particularly designated; as, if I sell you my horse Napoleon, the article sold is here determined. This is very different from a contract by which I would have sold you a horse, without a particular designation of any horse. 1 Bouv. Inst. n. 947, 950.

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They generally taste better than determinate tomatoes because of the foliage to fruit ratio.
Other tomato lines in this group Fla 8638B, Fla 8902LBR, NC2CELBRxPAU351-Y, YCBT-1 x-NC132S, 335 x NC2CELBR, NC2CELBRxPAU332, NC2CELBR x C23-3, NC132S x C23-3, 335 x NC132S, YCBT-1 x NC2rinEC, PAU332xNC2rinEC, NC132SxPAU332, NC132SxPAU351-Y, VFT Vendor x CUTR 2nd Gen 124116-4, NC33EB1 x CUTR 1st Gen CUTR, Summerpick, NC33EB1 x CUTR 2nd Gen 124116-4, Richmond, Brickyard are determinate type with unbranched inflorescence containing up to six fruits/inflorescence.
To have a solid goodwill in a company it is a key element of a business because it determinate the customers to use some services or products and provide the ability to generate a profit higher than normally expected.
As Aristotle tells us in the above passage, if all that existed were colors, the "one" would not have been one color in general, but one fully determinate shade of whiteness; if all that existed were tunes, the "one" would not have been one tune in general, but rather one fully determinate tune, for example, a quarter-tone.
Q: Why is it necessary for portion of the lot be determinate or determinatable?
Then a neutrosophic number N = a + bI for a, b [member of] R (all real numbers) can effectively express the determinate and/or indeterminate information as N = 420 + 40I for I [member of] [0, 1], where its determinate part is a = 420, its indeterminate part bI = 40I, and the symbol "I" denotes indeterminacy and belongs to the indeterminate interval [inf I, sup I] = [0, 1].
Whether determinate or indeterminate, any tomato will appreciate some support, and there are several options for providing that support.
The locus fin accounts for determinacy in most varieties with determinate growth habit, which originate from the Andean gene pool, whereas the second locus accounts for determinacy in some Michigan navy bean cultivars, which resulted from an artificial mutagenesis program (Kelly, 2001).
But he said the new sentence ran from March 20 this year - meaning Hopkins would be behind bars until at least March 2025 - a 22-year determinate sentence.
In the garden, indeterminate varieties that produce for many weeks are usually best, but certain compact, determinate varieties will provide you with more tomatoes sooner.
Note however that Early Girl is a determinate type plant, which means that the plant grows to a limited size and produces one good load of fruit and then is done with fruiting.
In addition, criminals who receive an Extended Determinate Sentence (EDS) - sentences where they receive a custodial sentence plus a further extended period of licence - will no longer be released automatically two-thirds of the way into their custodial sentence.