conditionality


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con·di·tion·al

 (kən-dĭsh′ə-nəl)
adj.
1. Imposing, depending on, or containing a condition. See Synonyms at dependent.
2. Grammar Stating, containing, or implying a condition.
3. Psychology Brought about by conditioning.
n. Grammar
A mood, tense, clause, word, or morpheme expressing a condition. See Usage Note at would.

con·di′tion·al′i·ty (-dĭsh′ə-năl′ĭ-tē) n.
con·di′tion·al·ly adv.
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Noun1.conditionality - the state of being conditional
state - the way something is with respect to its main attributes; "the current state of knowledge"; "his state of health"; "in a weak financial state"
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Moreover, any conditionality that follows ESM assistance would most likely be focused on the banking sector rather than intrusive budgetary conditionality on the sovereign.
Conditionality helps investors improve investment scenario analysis by better organizing the qualitative evidence collected in file folders, by using that evidence to better support the qualitative judgments, now written in a Word memo, and by using the judgments to automatically drive more scenarios than they create manually in Excel.
Replying to inquiry related to specific actions the EU is taking to force Israel to cease residency revocation in Jerusalem, Ashton maintained: "The EU has introduced a clear conditionality on the EU-Israel relationship, freezing any 'upgrade' of relations, and conditioning such an upgrade both on progress in the Middle East peace process as well as respect for international humanitarian law.
If-and-only-if conditionality arises because certain of these steps will be executed if and only if certain conditions are met.
Interesting recommendations and ideas were put forward including: The EU should use conditionality to a greater extent, including making the association agreements that are presently being negotiated with both countries subject not only to improving democratic standards, but also progress on the peace-talks.
With the EU integration of the Central-Eastern Europe (CEE) in the 1990s the theoretical frameworks of the EU conditionality were based on the social action of this region.
Young backed sanctions, also known as conditionality, as he appeared before Holyrood's welfare reform committee.
The Rikbank's swap agreement with the National Bank of Ukraine is closely linked to the conditionality laid down by the IMF.
From the beginning it was important for us to get tough conditionality.
The conditionality that has been presented by the Greeks is simply not enough at this stage.
Expressions of interest for Consultant to review and produce a new List of the Minimum Standards and Mortgage Manual so that EBRD can build the necessary conditionality into mortgage lending to its clients Assignment Description:
99--Lowe's book is a careful analysis of five central, interrelated notions in philosophical logic: reference, predication, identity, modality, and conditionality.
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