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  • n. Plural form of modality.

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Examples

  • But yes, because I was into studying chakras and the human body and I was working on alternative modalities, which is a pretty big subject matter today.

    CNN Transcript Jun 29, 2006

  • Necessities and possibilities at this basic level are called modalities ˜from eternity and without beginning™.

    Medieval Theories of Future Contingents

  • Along with reviewing other aspects of the peace process, they had a good discussion of what progress might be made as the party talks go through the discussion now about what they might -- at the State Department, but certainly not here -- called the modalities of the talks.

    Press Briefing By Mike Mccurry

  • By modalities I mean events like speech, walking, and so on.

    Wired Top Stories

  • (Although my assumption could be quite wrong given the prominence of complementary and alternative medicine modalities, which is a digression I shall choose to ignore for now.)

    Saint Gasoline

  • As WTO members are going full-out to establish what are called modalities for the Doha development agenda on agriculture and industrial market access next month, many developing countries in Africa are facing an uphill battle to realise their core concerns in both these areas.

    AllAfrica News: Latest

  • Speaking to Reuters in Pretoria after meeting South African President Thabo Mbeki, Lamy said trade ministers will only be called to a meeting to approve in principle a final draft -- strike a "modalities" agreement in tradespeak -- if the moment is right.

    Get Briefed: Pascal Lamy

  • Behind the impenetrable language about "modalities" and "imbalances," the basis of a complete deal is there.

    The Trade Solution

  • The two general possible electoral "modalities" for the party in

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • All he is concerned about is the "modalities" of adopting the constitution.

    A one-way street?

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