from The Century Dictionary.
- Laid down; prescriptive; arbitrary.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Laid down; absolute or positive, as a law.
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- adjective Laid down;
absoluteor positive, like a law.
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And yet, imposing too much structure feels anti-thetical to “the plan.”
Since Corporate is anti-thetical and openly hostile to PEOPLE policy, it IS a very hard sell.
Most bloggers write about and are interested in their personal passions and interests, which is slightly anti-thetical to general interest publications like newspapers.
They are not anti-thetical stop creating a false dichotomy.
The whole idea of being indwelt by God's Spirit, is anti-thetical to The Law.
DRM is anti-thetical to consumer rights – it restricts their ability to use the media they are buying, it makes companies waste time and resources developing and evolving DRM to combat the constant cracking of said DRM, a cost that I am sure is passed quietly along to the consumer.
The character I play in the Horton Foote film is absolutely, 100% anti-thetical to Marietta.
This is why militantly secular societies are anti-thetical to religious freedom and will always end up persecuting Christians.
It makes me crazy - it's anti-thetical to democracy to believe that most people are too stupid to govern themselves.
I am thinking that happiness and fitness are anti-thetical!