Adjective(1) serving or tending to divide or separate
(1) Swensen reins in the use of disjunctive techniques, as Gander does, by structuring the volume according to a clear pattern.(2) The allusions are swift, the collisions reminiscent of the ├ö├ç├┐ply over ply├ö├ç├û technique of Ezra Pound's Cantos, but to more disjunctive ends.(3) The book is a series of disjunctive jottings, often compelling in themselves, but not always smoothly related.(4) In these later works, the two elements are physically disjunctive .(5) For them to call themselves a community group is disjunctive with the use of language.(6) He also discusses the disjunctive propositions which follow from a conditional proposition.(7) You could object a bit to the way the disjunctive choice is set up.(8) This is an algebraic expression of the disjunctive normal form theorem of sentential logic.(9) But it is a fair presumption that the belief in exclusive disjunctive uses of or in English includes just such three-disjunct uses of or.(10) All three articles attempt to clarify the determinate-determinable relation by explaining the nature of disjunctive and conjunctive predicates.(11) Though historical scholarship (or at least something akin to that) was not entirely unknown in South Asia, the history the colonial historians produced was disjunctive with the constructions of the past the South Asians knew.(12) This is particularly evident with disjunctive queries, which use the minus sign to exclude particular search terms.(13) The critical interpretive question is whether the disjunctive should be viewed either as two separate conditions, or as two different ways of describing the same condition.(14) Some philosophers suggest that there is an important logical difference between disjunctive predicates, on the one hand, and disjunctive properties or universals, on the other.(15) The turn of a corner, like the flick of a film frame, can redefine the nature of a disjunctive , heterogeneous spatial continuum.(16) The difference - the fundamental difference between theater acting and film acting is that film acting is disjunctive .
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