from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having only one mode. See mode, n., 11 .
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Like ordinary modal logic, both these ˜pure™ calculi are monomodal; that is, each contains only one undefined modal operator.
Given the relatively low rainfall in parts of the country and its monomodal pattern, the potential for increased production through higher cropping intensities is severely limited without some form of irrigation.
Simulations make the strength of normal monomodal logics explicit, as they can, in a sense, simulate all modal logics (see