10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DENOMINABLE»
Discover the use of denominable
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to denominable
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Computability and Logic
Thus, there will be numbers not denominable using fewer than 10 ft 10 symbols.
The usual apparatus allows us to construct a Godel-Berry formula GB(x, y),
expressing 'x is the least number not denominable by a formula with fewer than y
ft y ...
George Boolos, John P. Burgess, Richard C. Jeffrey, 2002
Proceedings of the First International Conference on ...
Name, Denominable and Undenominable - On Neither <A> Nor <Anti-A> Feng
Liu Dept. of Management Science and Engineering, Shaanxi Economics and
Trade Institute (South Campus), South Cuihua Road, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710061,
P. R. ...
Florentin Smarandache editor, Florentin Smarandache, 2003
Predestination, God's Foreknowledge, and Future Contingents
As to the confirmation, I maintain that knowledge, as we are now speaking of
knowledge, is not strictly speaking an absolute denominable but a connotative
denominable, since 'know' connotes that that which is known is true and not false.
William (of Ockham), Marilyn McCord Adams, Norman Kretzmann, 1983
A Dictionary of the Spanish and English Languages: Abridged ...
Denodadamente, ad. Boldly, resolutely. Denodado, a, a. Bold, intrepid.
audacious. Denominable, a. (Little us.) Denominable. DenoiiUnaclón, af
Denomination, [lively. Denominadamente, ad. Distinctly, defini- Denomlnadór, от
Mariano Velázquez de la Cadena, 1864
Neuman and Baretti's Dictionary of the Spanish and English ...
Bold, intrepid, audacious. Denominable, a. (Littl. us.) Denominable, that may be
named. Denomination, sf. Denomination, distinct appellation. Penomiiuidamente,
ad. Distinctly, definitively. Denominador, sm. (Arit.) Denominator. Denominar, va.
Henry Neuman, Giuseppe Baretti, Mateo Seoane, 1831
In semantics, , “new words” and “known words” are an open, dynamic structure .
New” contains “known” and “known” contains “unknown,” they are open to each
other. Accordingly, scientific concepts should be open. It is denominable but not ...
Florentin Smarandache, Feng Liu, 2004
Church-of-Englandism and Its Catechism Examined: Preceded by ...
Answer—1. In the first place, constantly and regularly, the President of the self-
styled National Society, Dr. Manners Sutton, Archbishop of Canterbury, and
under him the so often mentioned and no otherwise denominable, T. T. Walmsley
A Dictionary in English and Bengalee; Translated from Todd's ...
ম্বার্ধক্টন-কৃ. ছাড়ান-দম্মু. c_m লদো-কৃ. খালাস-কৃ I Denominable, a. নামকরণ'ক্টর. স০
\জ্ঞা হয় যাহার বা যাহাতে. নাম দেওরম্মু যার বা রক্ষো যার যাহার. নামদেওনোপয়ুক্ত | , '
To Denominate, v. a. Lat. ঙ্গাম-কৃ, ম্যম-দর্শ. অণেঢা-কৃ, ঊপট্রিধি -দ্য. শব্দপ্ন.
The Habit of Vertue and Obedience, Required by the Gospel: ...
... soon recover himself, as not to cease being denominable a fincere and good
Man, or as scarcely to incurr any blame, such a sailing norwithstandinge But can
a Man commit The'ft, Adnlrery, Murder, and the like Enormities, and remain all the
Samuel Johnson: The Critical Heritage
Let any man of correct taste cast his eye on such words as denominable,
opiniatry, ariolation, assation, ataraxy, clancular, comminuible, conclusible,
dedentition, deuteroscopy, digladiation, dignotion, cubiculary, discubitory,
Director of the Institute for Advanced Research in the Humanities James T Boulton, James T. Boulton, 2002