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nonabstract

(nɒnˈæbstrækt)
adj
not abstract
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In describing his moral reading methodology, Dworkin points to history to resolve ambiguities in meaning for these nonabstract constitutional terms and, to illustrate, he describes a passage from Shakespeare's Hamlet where Hamlet "said to his sometime friends, 'I know a hawk from a handsaw.
23, 2013) (institution decision deciding whether the claims are drawn to patentable subject matter premised on a reading of claim that reads out its nonabstract elements).
is apprehending human reality in a nonabstract manner' (p.
Painting is the only place to experience this paradox, which emerges from a nonrepresentative, nonabstract relationship, the absence of any dependence or hierarchy.
Paranjpe provides a concise, but well-developed and clearly stated, description of the unusual course of spiritual development and the clear, nonabstract spiritual teachings of Sri Ramana Maharshi, a well-known spiritual teacher whose instructions for achieving self-knowledge differed from the traditional ones in Advaita-Vedanta, despite his identification with that tradition; and (Ch.
Given this myopic judicial focus on abstraction rather than incentives, it was perhaps only a matter of time before the converse problem appeared: nonabstract but self-realizing methods of conducting business were deemed patentable.
But, no matter how the categorization has been done, emotion and nonabstract information are natural starting points for examining differences between ethnic groups.