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- adj. Alternative spelling of non-descriptive.
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But rigidity performs much of the same work on these as on arguably nondescriptive expressions like names.
By ignoring non-names, we can ignore descriptive designators that are rigid, provided that names are nondescriptive, directly referring designators: suppose again that they are.
Î±™ would seem to be a necessarily true, a posteriori statement whose necessity and aposteriority cannot be explained in terms of the nondescriptive nature of the designators flanking the
Now he said this was a nondescriptive building, and as the Marines approached in a neighborhood where there were dead bodies around, they found inside some grisly discoveries, including blood stains from the courtyard, blood stains on the floor.
"You have this preference for nondescriptive identifi-cation," the alien grumbled disappointedly.
Instead of using nondescriptive words like "about" or "contact," the author recommends getting a little bit more informational with phrases like, "How to contact a Seattle attorney" or "About this law firm."
i still have to agree to a EULA page of nondescriptive legalese pertaining to my user rights, so i suppose that i am just renting it regardless of my status as an owner or purchaser or renter.