similitude


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similitude

 [sĭ-mil´-ĭ-to̳d]
a principle of motor development: it is necessary that change in form be in proportion to change in size.
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The Dialogue between Locke and Montaigne is as much a dispute between the English empiricist and the French essayist as it is a conversation between Prior and the Essais; in it and in other late works such as Alma, Prior's allusions to Montaigne are "allusions" in the etymological sense of the word (from the Latin ad-ludere), they "play with" the text of the Essais, and, in composing a similitude between himself and his French master, Prior is performing the sceptical lesson he received.
Conclusion: As for other classes of drugs, the rebound effect of antiresorptive drugs supports Hahnemann's similitude principle (primary action of the drugs followed by secondary and opposite action of the organism), and clarifies this 'unresolved' issue.
A recent API standard concluded the acceptability of the geometric similitude method for type-testing acceptance in the scaling up or down for meter geometries, et al.
The core concept governing the Hebrew mashal and Arabic mathal is likeness or similitude.
The values of these indeces lie between 0 and 1, and values close to 1 indicate a high degree of similitude between C and P.
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Theological attention to similitude thus looks both forward to mankind's ultimate perfectibility after death and the Last Judgement (e.
Nevertheless death reigned from Adam to Moses, even over them that had not sinned after the similitude of Adam's transgression, who is the figure of him that was to come.
Isso nos leva a crer que o saber, pensando em termos foucaultianos, instituído também como um saber popular, revela-se, na cultura negra, como episteme da similitude, ou seja, homem e natureza são uma aparência de semelhança.
The first two Design Topics modules added to the ASABE online Technical Library cover agricultural implement driveline design and dimensional analysis and similitude applied to soil-machine systems.
Dershowitz' evidence coincides with Peters' evidence to such a degree of similitude that coincidental citation is astronomically unlikely.