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Based upon these two types of associations, we are able to transitively obtain the activity-to-performer associations from an information control net, and we know that both the activity-to-performer association and performer-to-activity association are many-to-many relationships.
On the one hand, the subject that completes the action, for the very fact of completing it, does not act transitively on an object, but first and foremost implies and affects itself in the process; on the other hand, precisely for this reason, the process supposes a singular topology, in which the subject does not stand above the action, but is itself the place of its occurrence.
A relation is in third normal form (abbreviated 3NF) if it is in 2NF and none of its non-key attributes are transitively dependent upon any candidate key [6], [1], [7].
The firewall for a class C is computed as the set of classes that are directly or transitively dependent on C (by virtue of relations such as inheritance, aggregation or association) as described in an ORD.
For older Jews and those with mostly Jewish friends, it means "chat" or "shoot the breeze," whereas for many Americans, it means "network," or "talk with the goal of working one's way up the social or corporate ladder," and is even used transitively.
This would explain why many predicates appear in a range of syntactic configurations where there is a mismatch between verb meaning and constructional meaning, as in We laughed our conversation to an end, where an intransitive verb is used transitively with a caused-motion sense.
What would it mean, then, to abandon a rhetoric of sexual secrecy to a materialized coappearance of sexuality, and indeed of the desired bodies around which sexuality coheres, as the transitively same?
The group Aut([pi]) acts simply transitively on C via [sigma] * (u, v,z) = ([sigma](u), [sigma](v), [sigma](z)), i.
perhaps even, transitively, all other things) any change a possible
4 Two elements x and y are said to be [alpha]-identical with respect to R if either x is [alpha]-similar toy or x is transitively [alpha]-similar toy with respect to R, i.
The verb hak in Thai belongs to the class of verbs which can be used either transitively or intransitively.
For example, as Louw (1993) observed, build up tends to reveal a positive semantic prosody when it is used transitively (e.