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- adj. Of, or relating to terminology.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to terminology.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to terminology.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or concerning terminology
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That's the kind of terminological twists that have gone on in hip-hop culture that are very controversial.
There is an interesting 'terminological' battle going on though.
This astonishing claim is based on a kind of terminological fetishism.
Said Janet Albrechtsen in The Australian, "Kevin Rudd's announcement of a carbon emissions reduction target of 5 per cent by 2020 demonstrated that his pre-election claim that climate change was the great moral issue of our time, and demanding that Australia lead the way, was what Winston Churchill would call a terminological inexactitude: a whopper, a piece of bare-faced duplicity of epic proportions.
The real question is whether it adds enough insight to the discussion to justify the terminological baggage.
So Callahan wrote an AP wire story that included a choice little graf with both quotes, and the obvious, er, terminological inexactitude.
To avoid a terminological quagmire, let us merely assert that analytics uses statistical and other methods of processing to tease out business insights and decision cues from masses of data.
The appellate court majority's answer hinges less on constitutional bedrock doctrines than it does on alleged terminological foot-faults by Congress.
At some length and terminological convolution on their part, making these exact same points to them, even that one about the computer program, with little effect … it is the most bizarre thing.
That said, this is not about the lack of intellectual cohesion among people who treat others as second class citizens, but lack of intellectual cohesion among people who are unsure about whether to treat others as second class citizens, their opinion being influenced by a minor terminological change.