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To increase exhaustiveness and exclusiveness, we added subcategories as indicated in Table 2.
In this regard, Max Weber observed that the code tends to lean towards completeness and towards the creation of a closed system: "the codification has a tendency towards exhaustiveness and believes it can achieve it" (Weber, 1986: 204).
At times, where a reparation program is instituted, a catalog of civil and political rights and criminal acts adversely affecting these rights is defined; it can generate the exclusions of rights and facts, which calls into question the exhaustiveness that should characterize the reparation processes.
We know more about the different varieties of wagyu now, and Manila is almost embarrassing in its exhaustiveness of wagyu available for consumption; surely no other developing country has as much richly-marbled beef available to try and compare?
These kinds of lists may of course occur in narrative, but they tend to be argumentative, whereas descriptions in literary narratives that come in the form of lists do not illustrate a category but instead depict variety and/or exhaustiveness.
His aesthetic sensitivity to forms and motifs seldom dealt with, such as the architecture and aesthetics of leave shrines or lines of a roof ridge, give the book a sense of rare exhaustiveness.
Unquestionably the book is not only pioneering in its exhaustiveness but also rigorously and meticulously researched in its descriptions of the events of Benjamin's life and its critical presentation of his works.
exhaust (1533); 1: exhausting (1539); 2: exhausture (1611; -tion, 1661; -ment, 1621; -ture, 1611); 3: exhauster (1743); 4: exhaustee (1900); 5: exhaustive (1786); 6: exhausting (1847); 7: exhaustible (1667); 8: exhausted (1623); 9: exhaustively (1816); 10: exhaustiveness (1816); 11: exhaustingly (1882); 14: exhaustibility (1836); 15: exhaustedly (1835); 16: exhaustedness (1840); 17: exhausture (1611; -tion, 1646; -ment, 1621; -ture, 1611).
Adjustment therefore implies the exhaustiveness of relevant elements but also parsimony because of the absence of unnecessary ones.
The thoroughness and exhaustiveness of the ancillary information provided is more than one would expect from even a critical edition.
In general terms, the exhaustiveness effects can be characterized as the inference that a unique entity (or a group of entities) satisfies the predicate expressed by the cleft sentence.
of the past survives, but that only makes the exhaustiveness of the