diffusiveness


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dif·fu·sive

 (dĭ-fyo͞o′sĭv, -zĭv)
adj.
Characterized by diffusion.

dif·fu′sive·ly adv.
dif·fu′sive·ness n.
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It is a known fact in human nature, that its affections are commonly weak in proportion to the distance or diffusiveness of the object.
In a similar study, 47 patients with NSTEMI confirmed via angiography were compared to 45 control patients with stable angina (having undergone coronary angiography and determined to have normal coronary arteries), and NGAL levels were positively correlated to lesion complexity and the diffusiveness of CAD in patients with NSTEMI.
They evidence suffering's diffusiveness as it proceeds to imbue an array of entities situated within sites of saturated violence.
The study was also devoted to analysis of technical regulation of road safety issues, and diffusiveness in technical regulation has been found.
The ego closes itself off to any overtures of diffusiveness either from within the self or from without the external world.
On Aquinas's existential account of the good, we are called to imitate God's diffusiveness as best we can.
Eleven clinically normal pregnancies in the abnormal placental histology group may be explained with diffusiveness of the pathology in the placental bed.
Blue's diffusiveness bespeaks an ongoing, indeterminate process that Jefferson's blindness to that which is over-defined makes possible.
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It is a known fact in human nature that its affections are commonly weak in proportion to the distance or diffusiveness of the object.
Yet even in his insistence on this cat's "unsubstitutable singularity," Derrida reveals the gap between the phenomenal intensity of encounter and the discursive diffusiveness of his response.
Whether repairing bodies or minds shattered by shot or shell, combatting the effect of chemical weapons or agents, or seeking to reduce the impact of disease on combat readiness, they have sometimes confronted troubling moral issues and always had to deal with many practical obstacles, now made even more difficult by the growing diffusiveness of warfare.