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synonymy

(sĭ-nŏn′ə-mē)
n. pl. synony·mies
Biology A chronological list of the published scientific names that have been applied to a species.

synonymy

(in taxonomy) a listing, in chronological order, of all the scientific names applied to a given taxon, together with dates and authors.
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S2, was found for Holists, indicating that they used Synonymy Hint 1, then they would use Synonymy Hint 2, and subsequently they would use Synonymy Hint 1 again.
The benefits of the weakly supervised E2LSH for overcoming the problem of synonymy and polysemy of visual words are firstly illuminated by Fig.
Synonymy seems to be a widespread phenomenon, but, when it comes to real examples, philosophers disagree.
While referring to the equivalent terms in Romanian and Spanish, this term is used in a relation of synonymy with the Spanish term RESERVA and the Romanian term REZERVARE.
1 Semantic analysis: At this point the synonymy of the terms will be verified:
Supposing the weight of synonymy and entailment is [[beta].
As it is well-known, synonymy means the (approximate) 'identity of senses of two or more lexical items.
This is presumably because there has been a taxonomic revision, and the name has been replaced by something else, but Hemidactylus turcicus is not mentioned under Synonymy for any of the numerous species of Hemidactylus.
Redescription of Anopheles (Nyssorhynchus) lutzii, and resurrection of Anopheles guarani from synonymy with An.
Beall and Kafadar (2008) have addressed the issue of ambiguity as well, utilizing a web environment rather than that of a library catalog; they examined the impact of the synonymy problem and the results (retrieved and omitted) presented to users.