Definitions

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  • adjective mathematics Describing a generalization of a semisimple ring

Etymologies

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semi- +‎ primitive

Examples

  • Third, is she aware of the murky, flawed and semiprimitive nature of her own decision-making, and has she accounted for her own uncertainty?

    More on Empathy and the Law

  • Is she aware of the murky, flawed and semiprimitive nature of her own decision-making, and has she accounted for her own uncertainty?

    More on Empathy and the Law

  • The FARC sparked international outrage in March when it kidnapped and brutally murdered three North American activists campaigning for the rights of a semiprimitive rain-forest tribe.

    Abduction In The Church

  • "Modernizing Genoa," Mayer mused, "should be considerably easier than the task on semiprimitive Texcoco."

    Adaptation

  • It was one of those great semiprimitive camps that aren’t in any of the guidebooks.

    The RVer’s Bible

  • It was one of those great semiprimitive camps that aren’t in any of the guidebooks.

    The RVer’s Bible

  • It was one of those great semiprimitive camps that aren’t in any of the guidebooks.

    The RVer’s Bible

  • It was one of those great semiprimitive camps that aren’t in any of the guidebooks.

    The RVer’s Bible

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