intentive

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intentive

(ɪnˈtɛntɪv)
adj
intent;assiduous or attentive
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lawless and unbridled vain in love, His too intentive trust to flatterers, His abject care of counsel and his friends.
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Good men and virtuous spirits that loathe their vices Will cherish my free labours, love my lines, And with the fervour of their shining grace Make my brain fruitful to bring forth more objects Worthy their serious and intentive eyes.
In fact, this is another way to recognize the perception of something immanent: 'By intentive mental processes related to something immanent, we understand those to which it is essential that their intentional objects, if they exist at all, belong to the same stream of mental processes to which they themselves belong" (Ideas 79).
If we behold an unlimited greatnesse on all sides both of regions and times, whereupon the mind casting itselfe and intentive doth travel farre and neare, so as it sees no bounds of what is last, whereon it may insist; in this infinite immensity, there would appeare a multitude of innumerable forms.
They explain linguistic features such as the use of plural subject and object noun phrases; future tense and intentive mood; commands and causatives; postpositions and compound noun phrases; locatives; and sentences with multiple clauses.
The varied structures make intentive use of locally make intentive use of locally sourced and recycled materials, putting a fresh spin on traditional forms and building techniques.
Indofood is considering launching promotion through intentive advertisement in Middle East or making direct investment in that region.