noninstrumental

noninstrumental

(ˌnɒnˌɪnstrəˈmɛntəl)
adj
(Music, other) lacking or not involving an instrument or instruments
n
a piece of music performed without instruments, a vocal performance
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8) These noninstrumental concerns (9) include a desire for dignity,
16) Defenders of interest-based theories might also argue that, in the cases of purportedly " harmless" wronging under consideration, we in fact have noninstrumental interests in having control over what happens (to us or to our property), and that these interests will be set by the act in question.
Noninstrumental variables estimation was the preferred estimation strategy.
Enhancement of numeric cognition in children with low achievement in mathematic after a noninstrumental musical training.
As Yang (2010) notes, in this early period, authors "stressed the noninstrumental aspects of literature published online, sometimes expressing an idealistic sense that Internet literature was a sign of the democratization of literary publishing" (p.
Tang uses nonhomogenized station data but is closer to the other four series than WangS, which uses noninstrumental proxy data for the annual averages before the 1950s.
If liability, and its very private structure, were instead fundamental to copyright, the account might have to rely on the ideal of corrective justice to retain its noninstrumental (and Kantian) emphasis.
The sequence of interventions, known by the mnemonic SAFE PASSAGES, significantly reduced the incidence of obstetric trauma related to both instrumental and noninstrumental vaginal deliveries within military hospitals, and was also effective in a separate study conducted in four civilian hospitals.
In addition, all infants had clinical noninstrumental evaluation of dysphagia by a speech therapist, ophthalmologic examination with ophthalmoscopy assessment, and 11 of 13 infants had auditory evaluation by screening (auditory short latency brainstem evoked response [ABR] to click stimuli) and diagnostic tests (confirmatory frequency-specific ABR with tone burst stimuli) using the routine recommended by Brazilian Heath Ministry and the American Academy of Pediatrics Joint Committee on Infant Hearing (7).
Him, "Paint, Varnish, and Lacquer," in Industrial and Natural Products and Noninstrumental Methods, Part B, Chapter 37, Volume 2, in Standard Methods of Chemical Analysis, F.
Such approaches reflect, at the very least, skepticism about the possibility of practical reason offering us noninstrumental reasons for action, and sometimes even skepticism about the very idea of practical reason.
Robert Howse & Joanna Langille, Permitting Pluralism: The Seal Products Dispute and Why the WTO Should Accept Trade Restrictions Justified by Noninstrumental Moral Values, 37 YALE J.