denotate

denotate

(ˈdiːnəʊˌteɪt)
vb (tr)
archaic to denote (something)
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Besides the fact that they are not present in all kinds of legal system as, for instance, the International law system, such rules are nothing but rules about legal production and as such they denotate a larger spectrum of functions: the creation, the modification and the extinction of legal rules (70).
Diversamente dai testi letterari dove il gioco di parole denotate e connotate tende ad aprire e articolare a piu strati il processo di significazione, i testi di moda e soprattutto quelli che accompagnano le immagini nella pubblicita tendono a usare certe immagini letterararie per rendere univoco il processo di significazione e associazione.
Cesnys, Jonas Basanavicius (1851-1927) is the originator of the professional nomenclature as the system of denotates. The manuscript of Anatomijos ir medicinos vardyno medziaga (The Material of Anatomical and Medical Nomenclature) is still extant in the Institute of Lithuanian literature and Folklore (Cesnys 2002: 57).