Definitions

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  • n. The act of opening an academic disputation; the proposition of objections to a tenet, as an exercise for a degree.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The act of opening an academical disputation; the proposition of objections to a tenet, as an exercise for a degree.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The opening of an academical disputation; the proposition of objections to a tenet, as an exercise for a degree.

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Examples

  • L (1992) The color hexagon: a chromaticity diagram based on photoreceptor excitations as a generalized representation of colour opponency.

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  • Researchers have long regarded color opponency to be hardwired in the brain, completely forbidding perception of reddish green or yellowish blue.

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  • Under special circumstances, though, people can see the "forbidden" colors, suggesting that color opponency in the brain has a softwired stage that can be disabled.

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  • Therefore we sure need to find another book before they’re use Ancient StarsCharts opponency to V. Family.

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