from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To turn (something) so as to present another side or aspect to view.
- transitive v. To alter the appearance of.
- transitive v. Logic To subject (a proposition) to obversion.
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- v. To turn so as to show another side
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To turn toward.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To turn toward some person or thing, or toward a position regarded as the front.
- In logic, to form or take the obverse of (a proposition).
So as to obvert the necessity of owning an automobile, a hybrid van will make periodic trips from the community to shopping malls, an airport, a bus terminal, a train station, and entertainment venues.
So as to obvert the necessity to own an automobile, a hybrid van will make periodic trips from the community to shopping malls, an airport, a bus terminal, a train station, and entertainment venues.
To reduce it ostensively let us call it Faksnoko, where k means 'obvert the foregoing premise.'
Again, by the principle of Excluded Middle, if any term be denied of a subject, its contradictory may be affirmed: to obvert negative propositions, then, the rule is -- Remove the negative sign, and for the predicate substitute its contradictory term.
To obvert affirmative propositions, then, the rule is -- Insert the negative sign, and for the predicate substitute its contradictory term.
Y; though, if we obvert it into _All X is some not-Y_, we have (in the same sense, of course, as in the above affirmative forms) X equated with part at least of 'not-Y.'
For E., when obverted, becomes A.; every A, when converted, degenerates into I.; every I., when obverted, becomes O.; O cannot be converted, and to obvert it again is merely to restore the former proposition: so that the whole process moves on to inevitable dissolution.
I'm pretty sure (this time) that Civil3d doesn't allow that and Autodesk once told me that they intend to look into that. i've tried a few things and I just make the pipe style so that the invert and obvert do not plot.
I like to use a profile layout, not only can you use slope labels, etc. but it makes it a snap if you need I.E. at short You're correct, Civil 3D will not do that. i've tried a few things and I just make the pipe style so that the invert and obvert do not plot.
A composition for solo voices, chorus, and orchestra, generally taken from the obvert v. To turn the front or principal side of (a thing) toward any person or object.
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