complexus


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complexus

(kəmˈplɛksəs)
n
a complicated whole made up of interconnected or related parts
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Based mostly on the shelly faunas, the age of the Xiazhen Formation is constrained to the late Katian, probably corresponding to the Dicellograptus complexus Biozone (Zhang et al.
It then automatically indexes the resulting text using its (patent pending) Complexus technology to create "Bookmarks," key phrases that exist in audio file.
Complexus announced the acquisition of Lets Collaborate, founded by South Africa s leading Microsoft SharePoint evangelist, Veronique Palmer.
All of which goes to show that the state represents all the autocratic, arbitrary, coercive, belligerent forces within a social group, it is a sort of complexus of everything most distasteful to the modern free creative spirit, the feeling for life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
Mainardi: Fractional relaxation of distributed order, Complexus mundi, 33-42, World Sci.
JANET MINKER, IN RESPONSE TO OUR FACEBOOK POST ABOUT THE CITY'S PURCHASE OF COMPLEXUS.
47 BC Cicero De Re Publica 51 BC Boethius De Institutione Musica 6th Century AD Cassiodorus Variae Epistolae 537 AD Martianus De nuptiis Philologiae et 5th Century Capella Mercurii AD Hildegard of Physica; Causae et curae 1150 AD Bingen Peter of Abano Conciliator Differentarium 13th quae inter Philosophons et Century; Medicos Versantur published 1472 Johannes Complexus effectuum musices ca.
Compatibilist education involves the whole complexus of teaching-learning processes underpinned by the educational philosophies of Instrumentalism, Pragmatism, and Existentialism.
Apollo pueri umbram revocavit in florem, et omnes fabulae quoque sine aemulo habuerunt complexus.
The adopted notion of complexity stems from a comparison of the different meanings of this word as used in several disciplines (law, physics, mathematics, psychology, philosophy) and recovers the etymological sense of this concept (complexity from Latin complexus = interlaced).
Rather, it identifies the critical junctures of a system of thought that grows constantly richer, more intricate and ever more complexus, i.

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