- n. Plural form of concept.
“But it is not enough that the fusion operate merely in the sphere of derivational concepts (group II), 17 it must involve the syntactic relations, which may either be expressed in unalloyed form (group IV) or, as in Latin and Greek, as concrete relational concepts (group III).”
“When it was firmly wrapped around the two main concepts from the original show (the search for Earth, and the constant pursuit of the Cylons), it was one of the best shows on TV.”
“Those labels are great, following the Imagery concept of get famous artists to design label concepts is a great idea.”
“Neither side would say if there were any new proposals, with both using the word "concepts.”
“Neither side would say if there were any new proposals, with Fisher also using the word concepts.”
“We took some concepts from the Hebrew Bible, like the Book of Joshua.”
“The density of ideas and concepts is very very tight.”
“The design of this 1.200 m2 compact single-family house is guided by two main concepts: a great functionality in the distribution of the interior spaces and their openness to the exterior to make the most of the views.”
“Enforced acceptance of misunderstood concepts is truly the hallmark of all dogmatic religion.”
“Enforced acceptance of misunderstood concepts is truly the hallmark of all dogmatic religion. hob says:”
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