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substantive

relating to the essential legal principles administered by the courts, as opposed to practice and procedure.
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All these demonstratives can be used both substantivally and adjectivally, as, for example, Egyptian Aramaic sprh znh and 'grt' z' 'this letter' vs.
In the Palestinian Talmud, den, dna, da(') are only used substantivally, while all other demonstrative forms are used both as adjectives and nouns.
So, if we were to treat the spacetime of GTR 'substantivally'--as an essential artefact but not a real substratum, we would not be committed once and for all to indeterminism.