uberty

Related to uberty: exuberant

uberty

(ˈjuːbətɪ)
n
archaic abundance; fruitfulness
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Uberty Mutual Insurance, has cast doubt on self-funded plans' obligation to provide the state with this price information, data from fully insured plans must still be provided.
Organic Uberty, 4264 Pacific Highway, Bellingham, assumed a 394, marijuana retailer license.
Burkhalter FBN LLC, led by John Burkhalter, obtained the three-year loan from Jonesboro's Uberty Bank of Arkansas.
Peirce's semiotics reflects novelty that alone provides "uberty or richness of thought" (Deely 2001, p.
Above all, language in this tradition is judged not in terms of adequacy or inadequacy, parallel to the correspondence theory of truth in logic, but in terms of efficacy--or what Peirce liked to call "uberty."
Desmond King's The Uberty of Strangers: Making the American Nation (Oxford, 18.50 [pounds sterling]) traces how Americans have confronted and relinquished, but mostly clung to group identities over the past century.
Sebeok, "One, Two Three Spells UBERTY," in The Sign of Three: Dupin, Holmes, Peirce, ed.