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identifiability

Definitions

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  • noun uncountable The quality of being identifiable.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • She spotted a number of familiar people as she entered the ballroom, for it was the usual gang: old money, media moguls, a scattering of bored-looking art makers, New York movers and shakers, a sprinkle of Eurotrash, a few pretty-boy crashers who owned dinner suits and little else, half a dozen people who had achieved the nirvana of first-name identifiability, with their retinues, and a small group of nouveaux being allowed to buy entry into the good side of the red velvet rope.

    Enemy Within

  • She spotted a number of familiar people as she entered the ballroom, for it was the usual gang: old money, media moguls, a scattering of bored-looking art makers, New York movers and shakers, a sprinkle of Eurotrash, a few pretty-boy crashers who owned dinner suits and little else, half a dozen people who had achieved the nirvana of first-name identifiability, with their retinues, and a small group of nouveaux being allowed to buy entry into the good side of the red velvet rope.

    Enemy Within

  • She spotted a number of familiar people as she entered the ballroom, for it was the usual gang: old money, media moguls, a scattering of bored-looking art makers, New York movers and shakers, a sprinkle of Eurotrash, a few pretty-boy crashers who owned dinner suits and little else, half a dozen people who had achieved the nirvana of first-name identifiability, with their retinues, and a small group of nouveaux being allowed to buy entry into the good side of the red velvet rope.

    Enemy Within

  • Finally, about definiteness marking on direct objects Payne tends to call definiteness "identifiability":

    Nipping the PIE ergative *-s theory right in the bud

  • Finally, about definiteness marking on direct objects Payne tends to call definiteness 'identifiability': Describing morphosyntax, p.

    Nipping the PIE ergative *-s theory right in the bud

  • Privacy law, mainly clinging to a traditional intuitive notion of identifiability, has largely not kept up with the technical reality.

    Web Teacher › Privacy. Does it have your attention yet?

  • The European Robotics Research Network plans to develop guidelines for robots in the areas of safety, security, privacy, traceability and identifiability.

    Roboethics

  • If we're willing to accept uncritically the existence and identifiability of inertial frames, and their preferred status, and if we are willing to exclude any consideration of gravity or the equivalence principle, then we can reduce the twins paradox to a trivial exercise in special relativity.

    A Voice from the Middle Ground

  • If we're willing to accept uncritically the existence and identifiability of inertial frames, and their preferred status, and if we are willing to exclude any consideration of gravity or the equivalence principle, then we can reduce the twins paradox to a trivial exercise in special relativity.

    A Voice from the Middle Ground

  • That's because it frames the whole issue of identifiability as being relevant to the election, which is a primary strategy in Republican presidential politics.

    Poll: McCain Holds Four-Point Lead In Ohio

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