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- n. The state or condition of being relative; relativity.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state of being relative, or having relation; relativity.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being relative or having relation.
A disciple, a follower, a leader, a speaker, a person of untold but defined absoluteness and relativeness.
PALMIERI: Well, I think that -- I think that what Lynn is saying is right in terms of the relativeness of his crime.
Such species, therefore, are in a different category to those forms to which the traditional rights were ascribed, and to claim for these new categories these same rights is to ignore the fact of their essential relativeness of economic value.
The relativeness of sensation is then developed at length, and for a moment the definition appears to be accepted.
Divorced parents, odd birthday gifts from relativeness, hanging out with your friend, eco-sabatage, and writing fantasy stories--it's all here.
We certainly enjoyed your piece on equivalence and relativeness.
Let's slide the map down Craig (ph), and give some relativeness to everything.
I remarked that the subjective nature of hatred as in vision itself, did not prevent the object possessing real qualities or defects and in no way caused reality to disappear in a pure “relativeness”.
And I think that they see a difference, but they see that there is relativeness between the two videos.
This is a striking illustration of the mere relativeness of such words as "morality," "refinement," and their opposites.
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