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unentailed

(ˌʌnɪnˈteɪld)
adj
property law (of an estate) not subject to an entail
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In a codicil to his will, however, he left his collections and the greater part of his unentailed wealth to Wallace, rather than to the distant cousin who succeeded him to the marquessate: 'to reward as much as I can Richard Wallace for all his care and attention to my Dear Mother & likewise for his devotedness to me during a long and painful illness I had in Paris in 1840 & in all other occasions.'
But then the outcome of measurements would be "determinate" and even if unentailed, hence though free, we would have no free will "choice" any more than in entailed classical physics.
(1) This is not to suggest that anthropological approaches are indubitably right, somehow unentailed, or outside the power/knowledge nexus.
court wrongly extrapolated an unentailed conclusion, that corporations
Wallace was heir to the unentailed portion of the Marquess's estate (which included Hertford House and the art collection now housed there).
(83) Nevertheless the unentailed estate of some 772 acres provided the basis of a second substantial industrial estate developed by Dudley's son-in-law, Sir Horace St Paul, and his descendants, rated at 7,099 [pounds sterling] in 1873.
CMC comes with an unentailed bank balance of pounds 6 million, so Carephone Warehouse is effectively paying only pounds 48 million for the business.
In the sense of these causes, f is unentailed. We know the organism is repairing itself continuously, so that in the organism f is entailed by something.
Referring back to the diagram shown in Figure 3, had we naively added the replication step it would have left [Beta] unentailed as shown, for given that [Beta] is really [Beta]:f [right arrow] [Phi], that is, that it is the efficient cause of [Phi] and that f is the material cause of [Phi], [Beta] is left unentailed this time.
As reference points for local people, these personae conveyed sharply contrasting models of person and polity: Martin concluded his essay with an unentailed 'iau' reflecting a socially disconnected preoccupation with private interests; Tovetura concluded his liu with (we surmise) a 'iau' reflecting a triumph that was not only personally gratifying but regarded as socially constituting.
A feature of the formalism he developed is that almost everything of importance in it is unentailed. The only entailment is a recursive rule governing state succession.