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- adjective logic used as a
- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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The idea that some cultural artifacts have “more” meaning than others, that meaning can even be quantified, is absurd, and the extension, that movies that have “more” meaning are somehow objectively worthier than others fails at argument.
Such sentences make no sense in English, but Buridan treats them as equivalent to sentences where the predicate term quantified, as in ˜Some B is not some A™.
With those averages quantified from the data, one could then map, through those first-order conditions, to the parameter values that would reproduce the steady-state values corresponding to the data.
Not that Michael could ever be 'quantified' - this listing (randomly ordered) is only a sketch of why you and me love him.
Between the Governors and AGs, some 27 states are merely asking the EPA to delay the final rule until the risks can be properly quantified, which is also Senator Murkowski's request.
The title, The Extra 2%, refers to the quantified separation between a winning and losing organization.
'quantified' - this listing (randomly ordered) is only a sketch of why you and me love him.
The effect of that in this election has been "quantified" by numerous polls now and found to be non-existent.
To address the issue of uncertainty and to recognize the substantial inter-regional and latitudinal differences in understanding and the broad spatial extent of arctic aquatic ecosystems, climate change and UV radiation impacts have been "quantified" using a "weight-of-evidence" approach.
Any other kind of quantified thing is simply a subject