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If you do not define the referential constraints into the database DDL, then application developers will have to code similar logic into all of their application programs.
Referential bias may be a direct effect of the preceding decades of verbal hegemony epitomized in structuralist and poststructuralist thinking.
This common ground is situated at the intersection of two research domains: referential hierarchies and three-participant constructions.
2) how to determine specific signs of referential activities and how one can reveal them.
These statements pose the co-referential problem because they have the same referential content (viz.
The feedback tool provides three candidate references for each referential device that needs correction back to students.
Preserve the business context and referential integrity of the data
I point out that referential choice cannot be fully explained from syntactic, discourse, and pragmatic principles alone.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-15 April 2002-Meridien Research issues predictions for referential linking solutions market (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Though sorely pressed, the champions of poetry's cognitive and moral values--both, be it noted, dependent on referential agency--have nonetheless to this day never surrendered.
We then wonder where the referential line between the metaphorical and the 'referential' should be drawn.
The adolescents provided a 5-minute narrative about their mothers, which was scored for referential activity and object relations.