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con·cep·tu·al

(kon-sep'chū-ăl),
Relating to the formation of ideas, usually higher order abstractions, to mental conceptions.

conceptual

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con·cep·tu·al

(kŏn-sep'shŭ-ăl)
Relating to the formation of ideas, usually higher order abstractions, mental conceptions.

concept

(kon′sept″) [L. conceptum, something understood]
A notion formed in the mind; an idea.
conceptual (kŏn-sep′choo-ăl), adjective
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Teaching conceptually facilities sequential and spiral learning, relating new concepts to previously presented prerequisites, thereby building and broadening the students' body of knowledge.
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The program of artists has always showcased young, conceptually oriented artists, and has grown from a small group of friends to an internationally recognized roster of artists working in all media.
The two drawing devices at the center of the show are elaborately extended drawing boards designed to facilitate observation and mapping, enabling the artist to locate herself both conceptually and physically.
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Think of it conceptually as a public health investment, not just transportation investment, and act accordingly,'' said Howard Frumkin, associate professor at Emory University's Rollins School of Public Health and a member of American Public Health Association.
Conceptually, all accounting transactions, no matter where they originate, are permanently stored in a single file from which the computer can retrieve data as requested and present it in the form in which it is needed.
Although these are the first ear-nose-and-throat recolonization tests in people, a conceptually similar approach has been tried in animal, notes microbiologist Robin Anderson of the Agricultural Research Service Food and Feed Safety Research Unit in College Station, Texas.
Focusing mainly on painting, the discussion suffers for its distinct lack of more conceptually based artists whose ideas would have surely worked well with the thesis.
This claim is conceptually explored in the detailed first chapter, and it is promising: it outlines a theoretical approach to the problem of medieval literacy that can notice the relations of power and privilege that literacy always implies without wholly constraining its possibilities.
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Thus, services performed as a director were conceptually different from those performed as an employee of die law firm.