Mark Sainsbury formulates what seems to be the same idea as follows: An expression standardly
and conventionally used on occasion with referential intentions is properly counted as a referring expression (as used on that occasion).
charge PS250 per day for charitable groups (if they have a budget) but I've made no charge for most of the 200-plus events I've spoken at over the last two years.
Hercule Poirot, a standardly
oddball Holmes with a waxed mustache, frequently had a Watson in the character of Arthur Hastings, a Great War veteran who is the narrator of Christie's first published novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles (1920), seven later novels, and many of her Poirot short stories.
catechin (CA) naringin (NA) rutin (RU) resveratrol (RES) myricetin (MIR) morin (MOR) naringenin (NAR) quercetin (QU) and kaempferol (KA) mixture was used.
Food banks are standardly
used by hundreds of thousands, including those in work, to feed families.
those that standardly
justify quarantine as a last resort); selling soft drinks in X-large cups is not a fundamental liberty by any stretch of the term.
He also informed fans of why he so standardly
refuses to hold interviews with the press.
Potassium dichromate ([K.sub.2]Cr2[O.sub.7]) is a substance, standardly
used to assess levels of physiological activity of Daphnia laboratory cultures (the selected concentration is the upper limit of a range of concentrations at which we should observe the acute toxicity for Daphnia .
He denies that mental states have to be realized by physical states, and supports his claim by developing a kind of mental causation that is different from the "efficient" causation standardly
described in scientific explanations.
The Frameworx Model combines Business Processes, Applications and Information best practices, and all necessary mappings to standardly
assist organisations in developing and adhering to industry best practices.
The first is to interrogate many of the standardly
accepted dichotomies in the discourse on human rights--e.g.
One has to be in a tradition of such thought, whether one's tradition is reconstructed and reimagined or fairly standardly