Positive divine predicates contrast with negative ones, such as calling God ... by
contemporary defenders of the doctrine (see, for example, Miller 1996; .... virtue
of being in separate lumps of matter, and secondarily by the presence of ... (Ia q.3
a.3) .... between the sense of a predicate, its meaning or conceptual associations,
logic programs using proof trees as training examples. .... atm(d26,d26_1,c,22,-
0.093). ... predicates, such as atm, logp, lumo and bond, which specify
information about ..... according to Definition 3. A kernel machine (e.g., an SVM)
is then trained to .... the last argument of t is a compound term whose functor
name is a Prolog ...
Sep 17, 2008 ... Putative examples of kinds may be found in all scientific disciplines. .... and
quantities that do not define kinds (e.g. Newton's law of gravitation). ... (Locke,
1690: III). ..... The chemical elements and compounds are substantive kinds; the
...... is that while Putnam tends to focus on the natural kind predicates, ...
The passive voice is a grammatical "voice". The noun or noun phrase that would
be the object ... For example, Caesar was stabbed by Brutus is in the passive
voice. .... (Shakespeare's Richard III, I.1, ll. ... the verb get as an alternative (
possibly with slightly different meaning); for example, the active sentence "The
ball hit Bob" ...
suffixes is based on a definition of a phonological word as a tonal unit. ...... If the
two nouns formed a compound, a verb should not be able to ...... suffix in order to
predicate, as shown in example (26). (26) mi ..... 'molt, come in lumps' ...... where
the predicate occurs with -ýat. (3) a. * yaa/aKaPat/ick. (/uH/at) siYa b. yaa/akuksiS
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