particularized love

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of particularize.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective directed toward a specific object

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Examples

  • But his evaluative criterium was restricted to the matching of individual preferences with political outcomes in particularized decisions, rather than over any sequence.

    James M. Buchanan Jr. - Prize Lecture

  • These four were just one vote away in Massachusetts v. EPA from blocking judicial review of the legality of EPA's failure to regulate greenhouse gases on the ground that global warming does not cause "particularized" injury.

    Legal Theory Blog

  • These four were just one vote away in Massachusetts v. EPA from blocking judicial review of the legality of EPA's failure to regulate greenhouse gases on the ground that global warming does not cause "particularized" injury.

    Legal Theory Blog

  • We also know that Huemer has arbitrarily elevated on source of disagreement and downplayed his others using an arbitrary and particularized conception of the world.

    Election Prediction: Voting will be Irrational, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Since the actual value of the prospective monopoly will depend on the value of the work to the public without reference to any particular political action, the public need not pay for the abuse and inefficiency likely in a more particularized payment scheme.

    Lessig on Copyright, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • The Leipzig, formed in 1988, has cultivated a particularized style in this repertoire, one that, in the National Gallery's cavernous West Garden Court, offers both rewards and frustrations.

    Leipzig Quartet doesn't play it rough enough

  • If “instances of my ungrateful behaviour had been particularized, I would have answered to them.”

    George Washington’s First War

  • When an internal whistle blower started asking questions, they were justified by illegal (“blanket”) authorizations (the FBI used to accept that search authorizations, even retroactive emergency ones, must be justified in writing and particularized).

    Discourse.net: FBI Wiretapping Scandal: Am I Reading this Right?

  • "We are now convinced that proponents' claim to standing depends on proponents' particularized interests created by state law or their authority under state law to defend the constitutionality of the initiative," the panel said.

    Prop 8 Challenge Sent To California Supreme Court

  • "We are now convinced that proponents' claim to standing depends on proponents' particularized interests created by state law or their authority under state law to defend the constitutionality of the initiative," the panel said.

    Prop 8 Challenge Sent To California Supreme Court

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