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ax·i·o·mat·ic

 (ăk′sē-ə-măt′ĭk) also ax·i·o·mat·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or resembling an axiom; self-evident: "It's axiomatic in politics that voters won't throw out a presidential incumbent unless they think his challenger will clean house" (Peter Grier).

ax′i·o·mat′i·cal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.axiomatically - on the basis of axioms; "this is axiomatically given"
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Those who assume that opposing the EU elite is axiomatically anti-European don't understand that lazy acquiescence to that elite is a hard Brexiteer's best ally.
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Her project immediately confronts readers with an oxymoron: how is it possible to be both alien and citizen at once, if each term axiomatically excludes the other?
Notice that if [alpha] = 1 then (2) simplifies to [Z.sub.f] = min{x: [max.sub.[pi][member of][PI]] [P.sup.[pi].sub.f] (- x) [less than or equal to] [theta]}, which encodes a concern for robustness in a way analogous to the decision rule in Hansen and Sargent (2008), which itself has been shown to be equivalent to Gilboa and Schmeidler's (1989) axiomatically founded "maxmin" expected utility representation (Hansen and Sargent, 2001).
Pegging racism to power not only creates confusion where none need exist; it perpetuates the very stereotypes that adherents of victimhood culture seek to eliminate--that minorities are axiomatically weak and that we must define them by their race, gender preference, or sexual orientation rather than by the qualities that make them unique individuals.
Axiomatically, instable bubbles caused by aeration is advantageous to sweep away concentration polarization on membrane surface.
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Axiomatically, there is great potential in fields of trade, energy and infrastructure development.
Having article 6 as part of the constitution does not axiomatically entitle a civilian government to implement it on former military chiefs.
There's an enormous amount of violence that accompanies revolutions, almost axiomatically. As Mao Zedong said, 'You can't make an omelette without breaking eggs.' But does revolutionary violence deliberately target innocent non-combatants?