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Related to cive: vice, chive
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Noun1.Cive - perennial having hollow cylindrical leaves used for seasoningcive - perennial having hollow cylindrical leaves used for seasoning
chives - cylindrical leaves used fresh as a mild onion-flavored seasoning
alliaceous plant - bulbous plants having a characteristic pungent onion odor
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The judge had said: "I have to be satis fied the behaviour was controlling, coer cive and had a serious effect on the victim.
In Hobbes' account in De Cive also the claim of natural right arises from an instinct for preservation.
De Cive cited above--the insight may actually have been derived the
(133) Hobbes, De cive, 2.1; Samuel Pufendorf, De jure naturae et gentium (Lund: Adam Junghans, 1672), 2.3.7; John Locke, Essays on the Law of Nature, ed.
Such algorithms use commonly color vegetation indices to segment a plant from the background of field images [20], such as the color index of vegetation extraction (CIVE) [21] and the excess green minus excess red (ExG-ExR) [22]; besides color indices, thresholds techniques have also been employed applying, for example, a fixed threshold [23] or the Otsu method 24]; in [25] a more sophisticated algorithm using a mean-shift procedure and a back-propagation neural network (BPNN) was presented and yielded better results than the two methods based on color indices known as CIVE and ExG; Jeon et al.
The study is framed by the divisions between nature and the city, or Libertas and Imperium--in the frontispiece to Hobbes's De Cive (reproduced in Brett's introduction)--divisions which nevertheless are interpenetrated in various ways in Hobbes's thought.
"[A] Great Family is a Kingdom, & a Little Kingdome a Family," Hobbes writes; he continues: "Let us return again to the state of nature, and consider men as if but even now sprung out of the earth, and suddainly (like Mushromes) come to full maturity without all kind of engagement to each other" (De Cive 8.1).