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n.1.The state or quality of being fitted; adaptation.
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Subotzky and Prinsloo argued that their broadly defined student success, in the dynamic context of ODL, is attributed to the degree of fittedness between the two agents (i.
It has been understood in this way not because of bad old tradition but because of the physiological or biological complementarity of men and women, whose reproductive organs have a unique functional fittedness.
If Donne's poems reveal the struggle of a male speaker to accept his feminine role in relationship with God as husband, Lanyer's poems highlight the fittedness of women for fellowship with God.
Because of the mutual fittedness of intentional act to object intended, metaphysically distinct modes of objectivity will correspond to epistemically distinct modes of intentions.