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e·nu·mer·ate

 (ĭ-no͞o′mə-rāt′, -nyo͞o′-)
tr.v. e·nu·mer·at·ed, e·nu·mer·at·ing, e·nu·mer·ates
1. To count off or name one by one; list: A spokesperson enumerated the strikers' demands.
2. To determine the number of; count.

[Latin ēnumerāre, ēnumerāt-, to count out : ē-, ex-, ex- + numerus, number; see nem- in Indo-European roots.]

e·nu′mer·a′tion n.
e·nu′mer·a′tive (-mə-rā′tĭv, -mər-ə-) adj.
e·nu′mer·a′tor n.
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Yet Barthes goes beyond objects to persons when he notes how, when applied to social groups, "this enumerative power constitutes certain men as objects," those who are entitled to existence only because they belong to a number.
The Court said that the principles of fundamental justice are to be found "in the basic tenets and principles, not only of our judicial process, but also of the other components of our legal system" and that this term "cannot be given any exhaustive content or simple enumerative definition.
Enumerative analysis of the documents allowed the researchers to look at word frequency, average length of narratives, and Flesch-Kincaid readability level.
Znaniecki (1934) (see Robinson, 2000) makes a distinction between analytic and enumerative induction.
Relying on inferences to the best explanation and enumerative induction, Melnyk claims that there is little evidence against and a lot of evidence for RP, including the controversial thesis that mental phenomena are physically realized.
6) The motif of repetition pervades the poem: strophes two and three share a similar, enumerative syntactic structure; the third verse of the fourth strophe repeats in reverse a series of elements enunciated in the second verse of the same strophe; strophes four and five begin with and are composed of music; strophes six and seven are anaphoric; and in the ninth strophe the elements of the question posed in strophe eight are reiterated in reverse order.
Another aspect of what he identifies as our discomfort with numbers is the use by book historians of enumerative bibliographies without sufficient attention to the criteria for inclusion or to rates of survival.
He shows that if asset returns, expressed on an enumerative money, follow a linear factor model, then the expected return vector are perfectly identified by the principal factor vector.
The focus on Goffman's sociological model that is announced in Wolf's introduction might initially discourage American readers interested in cognitive narratology, for whom Goffman's work is old hat, and citations of more recent cognitivist work tend to be more enumerative than analytical.
This is the turgid, enumerative, cheerleading voice of political talking points and White House press aides.
One way to find a global optimal solution is to use enumerative search methods where each possible parameter setting is combined with one another.
The enumerative combinatorics of a CW left regular band is like that of a hyperplane arrangement or an oriented matroid.