from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a declarative way.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. By distinct assertion; not impliedly; in the form of a declaration.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a declarative manner; by distinct assertion, and not impliedly; by proclamation.
Demands You can use the security demand call declaratively or imperatively to specify the permissions that direct or indirect callers must have to access your library.
"In order for a service provider to be added dynamically and flexibly to an application, even when the application has already been released, and in order for it to be loaded only when it is actually needed, the service provider is registered declaratively, that is, by means of configuration data."
"You register service providers declaratively, that is, using configuration data.
Furthermore, as Isbell points out, of all the species, only humans point declaratively, and we are much better at following the pointing of others to our visual periphery than to our visual center, and while looking down rather than up.
I live declaratively, and chronicle almost everything there.
The preview also includes controller-specific enhancements such as global filters, for declaratively applying "cross-cutting" logic.
As a reminder, the cover depicted a woman, maimed by the Taliban, with accompanying text that stated declaratively, "What Happens If We Leave Afghanistan."
The film paints Ray more declaratively as a racist on a deadly mission.
And I don't think the yellow paper cones in the Bowers & Wilkins loudspeakers — declaratively visible through the perforated speaker cover — look very premium, less Pebble Beach than Pep Boys.
No one is, right now, declaratively stating that we will win the House back in -- in -- this November.
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