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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of regiment.
- adj. Organised, ordered, formed into regiments.
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- adj. strictly controlled
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But she said she also wants the panel to look at ways to change what she calls a "regimented" system.
What some call regimented, she simply calls routine.
What some called regimented, she simply calls it routine.
The value of any of this kind of regimented education has been seriously questioned by early childhood educators such as Ed Miller and the Alliance for Childhood organization.
And one aspect of Quine's thought about the kind of regimented language we should use turned out to be especially important for subsequent discussions of logical form.
Here, what matters most is that claims about logical form were said to be (at least partly) claims about the kind of regimented language we should use, not claims about the propositions actually indicated with sentences of natural language.
If that kind of regimented authoritarian morality doesnâ€™t make for better people, who is kidding themselves that the society envisioned by the religious right has even a glimmer of hope.
In the world according to NBC, Chinese snowboarders are overly "regimented," Austrians are "disciplined," and the Danes are moody.
That kind of regimented hope seems less fun to me.
Detractors of the Cuban revolution allege sometimes that the government there can do what Washington cannot do owing to the "regimented" character of the society.
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