Sublative

Sub´la`tive


a.1.Having power, or tending, to take away.
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Now stretch marks can be targeted less invasively with the Sublative laser which delivers energy into the dermis via tiny pin-pricks - there's no downtime and it leaves tiny scabs.
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Treatment of acne scars of skin types ii to v by sublative fractional bipolar radiofrequency and bipolar radiofrequency combined with diode laser.
Consider the above mentioned construction hasonlit a bajnok-ra (resembles the champion-onto), for instance: one of the requirements of the verb hasonlit ('resemble') is to find a noun which is in sublative case (-ra/-re).
Nietzsche's theoretical "down-going" (Untergehen) on metaphysical enterprise and Hegel's expression of the "dialectical overcoming" (Aufhebung), the sublative spirit which strives for the Absolute, that forges the subject in History, have doubtless exerted a critical influence on readings of culture, particularly in the political and theoretical washup of the sixties.
Thus, Segal's reading follows a sublative movement through the poem, finding that song raises the singers' horizons up to the aether, as high as the budding poet's imagination can lift them.
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