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The underlying principle goes back to Samuel Johnson's notion that words should be defined using ' terms less abstruse than that which is to be explained ', and a defining vocabulary provides the lexicographer with a restricted list of high-frequency words which can be used for producing simple definitions of any word in the dictionary.
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underlying and principle
An appeal " as of right " is one that is guaranteed by statute or some underlying constitutional or legal principle.
" But while adhering to the underlying principle that some boundary is necessary, MacPherson overruled the prior common law by rendering the formerly dominant factor in the boundary, that is, the privity formality arising out of a contractual relationship between persons, totally irrelevant.
In principle, ab initio methods eventually converge to the exact solution of the underlying equations as the number of approximations is reduced.
An underlying principle is that the chain may be considered a rigid body once it has attained equilibrium.
This principle governs the recovery of all compensatory damages, whether the underlying claim is based on contract, tort, or both.
An underlying principle in Taoism states that within every independent entity lies a part of its opposite.
The underlying principle was noted by the inventor of the first programmable computing device design:
Although Haddad notes that the authenticity of both hadeeth is questionable, he nevertheless concludes that the underlying principle of superiority internal jihad does have a reliable basis in the Quran and other writings.
The underlying principle is that karma is the law that brings back the results of actions to the person performing them.
Orthodox Judaism holds that, given Jewish law's Divine origin, no underlying principle may be compromised in accounting for changing political, social or economic conditions ; in this sense, " creativity " and development in Jewish law is limited.
Furthermore, Orthodox Judaism holds that, given Jewish law's Divine origin, no underlying principle may be compromised in accounting for changing political, social or economic conditions ; in this sense, " creativity " and development in Jewish law is held to have been limited.
The underlying idea is that close approach of an electron to the nucleus of the atom necessarily increases its kinetic energy, an application of the uncertainty principle of Heisenberg.
Schopenhauer used Jones's authority to relate the basic principle of his philosophy to what was, according to Jones, the most important underlying proposition of Vedânta.
Justice William J. Brennan, Jr. asserted that " if there is a bedrock principle underlying the First Amendment, it is that government may not prohibit the expression of an idea simply because society finds the idea offensive or disagreeable.
Hot metal glows red, and upon further heating, white ( this is the underlying principle of the incandescent bulb ).
The underlying principle behind these texts is that harmony sanctions harmoniousness ( sounds that ' please ') by conforming to certain pre-established compositional principles.
He not only proposed many legal and social reforms, but also expounded an underlying moral principle on which they should be based.
Now, in the 1951 version of " On Contradiction ", he saw contradiction as a universal principle underlying all processes of development, yet with each contradiction possessed of its own particularity.
Pressure grew for the abolition of the selective principle underlying the " eleven plus ", and replacement with Comprehensive schools which would serve the full range of children ( see the article Debates on the grammar school ).
The topographic height of orogenic mountains is related to the principle of isostasy, that is, a balance of the downward gravitational force upon an upthrust mountain range ( composed of light, continental crust material ) and the buoyant upward forces exerted by the dense underlying mantle.
The monarchy has thus been described as the underlying principle of Canada's institutional unity and the monarch as a " guardian of constitutional freedoms " whose " job is to ensure that the political process remains intact and is allowed to function.
What underlying principle is entailed in a statement of fact or in a specific instance brought as an illustration?
An underlying principle of SoD is that no individual should be able to effect a breach of security through dual privilege.
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However the article goes on to state that it is imperative to note that both neglect and aphasia are not the underlying causes of pusher syndrome.
The underlying idea is that when someone is tantalized, that person goes through the same experience as Tantalus: something desirable is always just out of that person's reach.
The bishops are unfamiliar with existing defense and economic programs, unable to identify even in general terms the Soviet military capability, ignorant of roughly how much of the budget currently goes to defense, unclear about how much should be reallocated to social programs, and innocent of the most basic concepts underlying the intelligent layman's discussion of these questions.
The profit is limited to the premiums of the put and call, but it is risky because if the underlying security's price goes very high up or very low down, the potential losses are virtually unlimited, yet it depends on the type of purchase vehicle used ( differ in risk %).
" A further description goes on to say that an " underlying supposition of tissue engineering is that the employment of natural biology of the system will allow for greater success in developing therapeutic strategies aimed at the replacement, repair, maintenance, and / or enhancement of tissue function.
If the loan goes into default, the proceeds from the CDS contract cancel out the losses on the underlying debt.
Each of these divisions have an underlying structure that colors, or dictates, the sort of thinking that goes on within them.
As the drill string goes deeper into the underlying soil or rock, new piping has to be added to the top of the drill to keep the connection between drill bit and turning machinery intact, to create a filler to keep the hole from caving in, and to create a conduit for the drilling mud.
An investor goes long on the underlying instrument by buying call options or writing put options on it.
It goes beyond the personal and emotional desires of a father seeking to meet his daughter, and explores the wider political and global contexts underlying the case of the Mahmoody family.
underlying and back
Over a relatively short period of time, usually about four to twelve weeks, the worker must be able to shift the focus, back and forth, between immediate external stressful exigencies ( `` precipitating stress '' ) and the key, emotionally relevant issues ( `` underlying problem '' ) which are, often in a dramatic preconscious breakthrough, reactivated by the crisis situation, and hence once again amenable to resolution.
* Exchange-traded fund arbitrage – Exchange Traded Funds allow authorized participants to exchange back and forth between shares in underlying securities held by the fund and shares in the fund itself, rather than allowing the buying and selling of shares in the ETF directly with the fund sponsor.
However, whether this is possible depends on how the field of complex numbers is derived in the first place: it may not be possible to distinguish a complex number from its conjugate ( say, 3 + i from 3-i ), since it is impossible to find a property of one that is not also a property of the other, without falling back on the underlying set-theoretic definition.
The underlying concept can be traced back to 1864 in the published work of George Perkins Marsh (" Man and Nature ").
From the back left of the painting you can see the artist himself looking out at the viewer, and the painting behind the family depicts Lot and his daughters, thus once again echoing the underlying message of corruption and gat.
The differences between monohulls and multihulls are due to a fundamental difference in their underlying design principles, which can even be traced back to the days of the dugout canoe.
This feature will cause the write back cache of the underlying storage device to be flushed at appropriate times, particularly on write operations to the XFS log.
Recorded descriptions of the effects of androgen insensitivity syndrome date back for hundreds of years, although significant understanding of its underlying histopathology would not occur until the 1950s.
Lennon claimed in 1980 that " there's some underlying thing about Yoko in there ", claiming that McCartney looked at Yoko Ono in the studio every time he sang " Get back to where you once belonged.
Approximately 98 % of back pain patients are diagnosed with nonspecific acute back pain which has no serious underlying pathology.
However, secondary back pain which is caused by an underlying condition accounts for nearly 2 % of the cases.
Roth wrote in the preface to the book's 30th anniversary edition, " With clarity and with crudeness, and a great deal of exuberance, the embryonic writer who was me wrote these stories in his early 20's, while he was a graduate student at the University of Chicago, a soldier stationed in New Jersey and Washington, and a novice English instructor back at Chicago following his Army discharge ... In the beginning it simply amazed him that any truly literate audience could seriously be interested in his store of tribal secrets, in what he knew, as a child of his neighborhood, about the rites and taboos of his clan — about their aversions, their aspirations, their fears of deviance and defection, their underlying embarrassments and their ideas of success.
The idea behind this expression can be traced back to the Safe and Clean Neighborhoods Act, approved in New Jersey in 1973, of which inherits the same underlying assumptions.
Analysts respond to this criticism by thoroughly expositing their definitions of codes and linking those codes soundly to the underlying data, therein bringing back some of the richness that might be absent from a mere list of codes.
Most primate researchers tend to show a bias toward a shared pre-linguistic ability between humans and chimpanzees, dating back to a common ancestor, while dolphin and parrot researchers stress the general cognitive principles underlying these abilities.
If the market fairly prices a company's shares at $ 50 / share, and the company buys back 100 shares for $ 5, 000, it now has $ 5, 000 less cash but there are 100 fewer shares outstanding ; the net effect should be that the underlying value of each share is unchanged.
Its architecture, mostly dating back to the 19th century, reflects the diverse influences underlying the Swahili culture, with a unique mixture of Arab, Persian, Indian and European elements.
Some of the interest in the West can be traced back to 1994, when Soothill demonstrated ( in an animal model ) that the use of phages could improve the success of skin grafts by reducing the underlying Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection.
Later on, he came back to the development of the ACT theory, using the Rational Analysis as a unifying framework for the underlying calculations.
) tantalizingly hint at a deeper underlying mythos and yet stealthily hold back from any overt presentation of it.
CBT, Young felt, may be an effective treatment for presenting symptoms, but without the conceptual or clinical resources for tackling the underlying structures ( maladaptive schemas ) which consistently organise the patient's experience, the patient is likely to lapse back into unhelpful modes of relating to others and attempting to meet their needs.
** the lower surface is concave from front to back, convex from side to side, and presents laterally shallow concavities which receive the corresponding projecting lips of the underlying vertebra.