narrow meaning

narrow meaning

noun accurate meaning, correct meaning, defined meaning, definition, distinct meaning, exact meaning, explanation, explicit meaning, express meaning, faithful meaning, inflexible meaning, literal meannng, methodical meaning, meticulous meaning, not subject to interpretation, ordinary meaning, plain meaning, precise meaning, prescribed meaning, rigid meaning, rigorous meaning, sharply defined, significance, specific meaning, strict meaning, unbending meaning, uncompromising 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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He said "the concept of real security is much broader than the narrow meaning it is usually given.
Good' mothering of enslaved children," she writes, "had a narrow meaning for white commentators, which involved preparing them to accept their 'proper' identity in the social hierarchy" (p.
16) Second, there is a shared meaning when the meaning expressed by one version is narrower than the meaning expressed by the other and the narrow meaning is contained in the broader meaning.
Berman then asks us to imagine that after a long period in which almost the entire legal community held this expansive view of the Equal Protection Clause--again without any Supreme Court decision directly on point--a judge were to discover conclusive evidence of the original, narrow meaning of the clause.
The engine boasts a huge depth of abilities but it is somewhat caught out by enthusiastic twisty road driving where even by diesel standards the power-band is quite narrow meaning constant, lag-free power delivery involves rowing the gearbox.
a narrow meaning which implies that the effect/effort or effort/effect ratio is acceptable compared to other ratios of the activity, to its other variants or to a rated behaviour of efficiency;
By "pilgrims" Moore means those journeying in search of spiritual things, rather than the more narrow meaning American historians usually employ.
If we compare the meanings that Aristotle ascribed to phainomenon and logos in De Anima B7 to the meanings given to both terms today, Heidegger thinks we can better understand how Husserl's narrow meaning of "phenomenology" arose.
Jenna, now 20, has tricuspid atresia which means she has there is no tricuspid valve (the valve which regulates the flow of blood from the right atrium to the right ventricle of the heart) and the valve between the right ventricle and the pulmonary artery (which carries blood from the heart to the lungs ) is very narrow meaning not enough blood gets to the lungs.
But the narrow meaning is teaching someone to teach.
The majority then goes on to state the assurance, previously quoted, that "hatred" has a narrow meaning.
The term had a very narrow meaning in its original statement, referring only to the fact that marriages in the modern west usually took place between individuals from larger kin groups whose sole link to one another was through that one marriage bond.