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di tur muh nayt

  • a  precisely determined or limited or defined; especially fixed by rule or by a specific and constant cause
    a determinate distance
    a determinate number
    determinate variations in animals
  • a  not continuing to grow indefinitely at the apex
    determinate growth
  • s  supplying or being a final or conclusive settlement
    a determinate answer to the problem

  • How, for instance, does one render the odd ambiguities and shifts of cubist or futurist painting in terms of this rigidly determinate dot-and-line style?.
  • It assumes that the laws of war are as determinate as those about assault or murder in the domestic realm.
  • That's accomplished by using the satellite-delivered Global Positioning System (GPS) in conjunction with the conventional, onboard positional determinate system.
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  • Stephane Dion in
    This election will be determinate not only for the next four years but will give a path for the next 40 years,Dion said in a telephone interview with the Montreal Gazette.
  • Ronald Reagan in Georgetown University The Hoya
    In this case, as in every one, Ronald Reagan said it best: "The ultimate determinate in the struggle now going on for the world will not be bombs and rockets but a test of wills and ideas - a trial of spiritual resolve, the values we hold, the...
  • Gordon Brown in AFP
    It is becoming an increasingly obvious fact of economic history that the development of economic systems which concentrate on the common good depends on a determinate ethical system, which in turn can be born and sustained only by strong religious... Pope Benedict XVI Investor's Business Daily (subscription) Nov 25, 2008 27075 35833 determination British prime minister Brown said: This tragedy reinforces our commitment to confront terrorism. It strengthens our determination never to concede to the demands of terrorists, nor to pay ransoms."

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