resolutive


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resolutive

(rɪˈzɒljʊtɪv)
adj
1. capable of dissolving; causing disintegration
2. (Law) law denoting a condition the fulfilment of which terminates a contract or other legal obligation
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Initially a linear gradient was used to elute the bound proteins but this was not sufficiently resolutive as it resulted in overlapping peaks.
Ryder continued to explain that "If by the Scots law an estate tail with irritant and resolutive clauses is not forfeited with respect to the issue in tail, there may be a descent to [Lord MacLeod] notwithstanding his father's attainder which cannot be prevented but by his own.
89) Ryder in his comment was referring to the irritant and resolutive clauses that were necessary to make this act binding on third parties, namely clauses that declare any deed contrary as void (irritant clause), and clauses that declare that an heir who acts against the act shall lose the right to inherit (resolutive clause).
One remembers, for example, the doctrine of induction and of the cogitative faculties, in which, on the basis of the psychology of Aristotle and Averroes, the Angelic Doctor marks the positive insertion of the intellect into the sensible, its hermeneutical capacity through which is emphasized the resolutive, that is, foundational, function of the reference to the latter (conversio ad phantasmata).
with a resolutive and auspicious wedding: Miranda leaves the metropolis
The Net1 offer has been made subject to a resolutive condition, the effect of which is that if a competing offer is received by the Prism board or made by a third party prior to the implementation of the Scheme which results in Prism shareholders who have on or before 3 March 2006 furnished written undertakings to support the Net1 offer withdrawing their undertakings and, as a result, Prism shareholders holding less than 40% of the Prism's shares remain bound by such undertakings, Net1 may withdraw the Net1 offer.
sale"), subject to the resolutive condition that the AQPSA share sale shall
Barlet himself published a text based on his course as Le Vray et Methodique Cours de la Physique Resolutive vulgairement dite Chymie (Paris, 1653).
Our results reveal that in order to analyze the relaxation properties of P5IM, the dielectric measurements are more resolutive than the mechanical ones.
But he also emphasized that today's decision to decline the demands of ZAO &uot;Serebro-Dukat&uot; consisted only of a resolutive part.
Subject to certain resolutive conditions, the BEE Parties will sell the shares
Scherer's study emphasizes the architectonic and antinomic nature of reason in Kant, thereby stressing the necessarily resolutive function of judgment.