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Enumerated

This term is often used in law as equivalent to mentioned specifically, designated, or expressly named or granted; as in speaking of enumerated governmental powers, items of property, or articles in a tariff schedule.

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Let a sequence S and a quorum [lambda] [greater than or equal to] 1, enumerates all patterns p [??] [M.sup.[lambda].sub.S].
(102) Although it would seem illogical for Article I to enumerate the power to allow the "principle of limited federal powers to be set aside," (103) Scalia should be considered as firmly within the great-powers camp, because he favorably cited Baude's seminal distillation of the idea of great powers.
They reported what transpired in the RSS meeting to the BJP parliamentary party this morning -- that do not count OBCs as a class but enumerate all castes.
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If just nRBCs are seen, we perform a diff and enumerate the number of nRBCs.
enumerate the multiple, distinct receptor homologs and binding proteins encoded by poxviruses that target tumor necrosis factor.
* DeviceLock Manager does not try to enumerate all your network at once.
In drafting a force majeure clause, parties may rely on general clauses or specifically enumerate which events will constitute force majeure.
But XBRL is not limited to financial reporting: General Electric plans to use XBRL Creator from Enumerate Solutions to gather information from more than 150 distinct general ledgers to help prepare its 40,000-page federal tax return.
When people are asked to estimate event frequencies they will usually either enumerate (i.e., retrieve and count event instances) or give rough approximations (i.e., produce rapid intuitive estimates).
Later, riding home on the train, my mother would attempt to enumerate other images that abound in our Catholic faith tradition--a tradition that has equated earthly existence to a "vale of tears," refers to the Way of the Cross as the Via Dolorosa, and venerates the Virgin Mary as the Mother of Seven Sorrows (Simeon's prophecy, the flight into Egypt, Jesus' loss in the Temple and carrying the cross, the Crucifixion, and Jesus' taking down from the cross and burial).
Elementary school students use several types of mental models as they attempt to enumerate cubes in rectangular cube buildings.