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graduality

(ˌɡrædjʊˈælɪtɪ)
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the state or quality of being gradual
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Noun1.graduality - the quality of being gradual or of coming about by gradual stages
fastness, swiftness, speed - a rate (usually rapid) at which something happens; "the project advanced with gratifying speed"
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Observing the principle of graduality: Taking the gradually of human progress and perfection, whether natural or acquired, into account, a teacher and educator should always be mindful about what the students' age and natural/social factors necessitate.
, which "strengthens the composition of the courts" and, furthermore, aims to incorporate the Region in the graduality established for the entry into force of Law No.
In our opinion, because of the graduality of the actual brittle-ductile transition observed for bimodal PE grades as it will be discussed later and the large temperature steps between the data points (10[degrees]) usually used to measure this transition, this approach remains questionable as a robust intrinsic test also in view of the degree of personal bias in this determination.
Citing Pope John Paul II, Francis puts forward the notion of "graduality," meaning that Catholics may sometimes grow toward adherence or understanding of church teaching throughout their lives.
Besides the noteworthy developments in theology and church teachings on conscience, (33) significant pastoral devices, most notably the law of graduality, brought to the confessional and to the penitent a perspective on sexuality that highlighted not moral failure and eternal damnation but the integrity and striving of disciples faithful in the pursuit of holiness.
From Heidegger's perspective, what happened here is that man's journey through life, towards death, suddenly converges towards the least possibilities, the natural graduality of this process having been hurried on or short-circuited by the hybris (the killing of the albatross).
His paper also alludes to the chief features of information acceptance on the part of ancient Chinese audiences, namely: (a) zealousness and seriousness; (b) continuousness and repetitiveness; (c) thoroughness; (d) hierarchy and graduality;(e) and, relatedness and snooping.
The general tone of the discussions is toward "graduality," recognizing that people cannot be expected to adhere to doctrines immediately and fully.
Slowinski, "Dominance-based rough Set approach as a proper way of handling graduality in rough set theory," in Transaction on Rough Sets VII, vol.
It is necessary, therefore, to provide the derivation base so as to ascertain whether we are dealing with defective derivations requiring the insertion of a hypothetical (reconstructed) predicate that preserves the graduality of derivation or with basic lexical items.
This distinction raises the issue of graduality. The transformational school has assumed some sort of graduality understood as "one affix, one rule" (Aronoff 1976: 89) in a parallel with the binarity principle governing X'-syntax.
"The UAE experiment in enhancing the political participation is eliciting wide acceptance within the local community which views graduality as the best and sound option.