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Moreover, the subjective/objective value dichotomy drawn by the criterion of real action confirms our most common intuitions and compels with the logical standards of a pertinent distinction (i.e., exclusivity and exhaustivity).
"If exhaustivity is not an issue, almost any engine may do....
Noack appears to have deliberately chosen a more readable style of presentation and success with the general public, for which exhaustivity and originality would be relatively minor concerns.
(6.) During early listenings to the complete piano work, I suspected but couldn't be certain--in my unperfect-pitched world--that the entire chromatic universe isn't included; uncertain and a bit mystified since "chart"'s journey and trajectory are so all-encompassing; nonetheless 'exhaustivity' is not inexorably commensurate with such attributes; after further listening and score-checking, mystery solved and suspicion corroborated: "chart" makes up its travels in a 10-pc world.
The implications for the provision of information are obvious: exhaustivity is not called for and the manager will be satisfied with what he/she perceives to be the main facts and ideas bearing on the problem at hand.
The foot is peripheral but cannot be deemed extrametrical according to the Exhaustivity Principle since this would exhaust the stress domain.
The first is exhaustivity. Once a significant number of lemmas have been related to their corresponding textual forms, it is necessary to search the corpus form more lemmas and, above all, for more inflectional forms.
Within the Indexing Subsystem, Lancaster identified two types of failure--indexer error and policy related to exhaustivity of indexing.
Exhaustivity No [C.sub.i] immediately dominates a constituent [C.sub.j], j < i - 1, e.g., "No PWd immediately dominates a [sigma]"
* Exhaustivity: for any i, j[member of]{0, ..., m-1}, any element in [Q.sub.j] has a partner in [Q.sub.i]:
Even though we will show evidence that the adjective does not leave the DP, let us consider also, for the sake of clarity and exhaustivity, the analysis where the DP escapes the DP; this will allow us to make the empirical advantages of our analysis explicit.