from The Century Dictionary.
- Serving to designate or indicate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Serving to designate or indicate; pointing out.
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- adjective Serving to
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- adjective serving to designate
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In other words, expression becomes a designative rapport between the intentionality of a subject and the phenomenality of such a transmission of information.
Moreover, even substituting co-designative terms for ˜the earth™ may not preserve truth.
But in course of time these words have lost their force -- their meaning has been forgotten -- and they have come to be mere proper names, designative but not significative.
In the East Riding of Yorkshire the term is designative of a petition, in which all the names are signed radiating from a centre, so as to render it impossible to discover who was the first to sign it.
The Triple C corridor that was given Federal DoT designation is just part of the Ohio Hub, which in addition to the DoT designative Triple C and Lakefront corridors also includes Buffalo to Cleveland, Pittsburgh to Columbus, Toledo to Detroit, Columbus to Toledo and Columbus to Fort Wayne, and Pittsburgh to Cleveland (though whether using the existing Amtrak alignment or a Youngstown/Warren alignment is not yet settled).