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a.1.Pertaining to disquisition; of the nature of disquisition.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Planudes may have invented some few fables, or have inserted some that were current in his day; but there is an abundance of unanswerable internal evidence to prove that he had an acquaintance with the veritable fables of Aesop, although the versions he had access to were probably corrupt, as contained in the various translations and disquisitional exercises of the rhetoricians and philosophers.
A disquisitional description is written on the construction sector of some European states which includes a system of objectives (total construction, total employment; civil engineering; rehabilitation and maintenance; construction cost index number; index number of building permits for new residential buildings and index numbers of building permits for new offices.