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a priori

Deduced from first principles; in the first instance; without prior knowledge
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In the same race Big Drama's younger stablemate Apriority, who has had excuses lately, is also worth keeping on side.
With its originary present, the "there" evades any apriority as implied in Heidegger's notion of project (Entwurf with its being-possible presupposed by the structure of care (Being and Time 235f.
Currently, water availability for use in agriculture is increasingly limited and expensive, creating apriority impetus for research projects that can identify genotypes with more efficient use of water and/or greater tolerance to water-deficit conditions.
Kripke clarifies the distinction between the epistemic notion of apriority and the metaphysical notion of necessity.
Be part of the movement to encourage members of Congress to make multifamily housing apriority in 2011.
The findings of this study show that promoting social development was apriority in Kuwait where UCE is primarily driven by social and liberal triggers, while the economic ideology took a backseat in this provision.
It has a tradition in leprosy control since 1930, when a leprosy colony (Santa Izabel Colony) was established, and was considered apriority municipality for leprosy control up to 2006.
4) This difference between necessity as an ontological concept and apriority as an epistemological concept was supported by Saul Kripke (1980: 34-39).
This bill was first introduced in 1997, and it has been apriority of gay activists for more than a decade.
Building capacity within SBP and the Islamic banking industry and in this regard focus on establishing a School of Islamic Economics and Finance of international standard having international affiliation will be apriority.
1 billion by way of apriority rights offering to existing shareholders, the group said in a statement.