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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

See concept.

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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There is no doubt, of course, that this performative expression contains encoded conceptual information.
More importantly, I believe that an evaluation of the relative metaphors found in gangsta' rap can be used to better explain and understand the social history of the hip-hop generation and to reveal the underlying conceptual system formulated by the same.
Craig Dworkin and Kenneth Goldsmith's claim that conceptual writing is our contemporary instantiation of avant-garde poetry and that Against Expression is its official debut assumes that the manipulation of literary institutions from within their centers of power is a vanguardist enterprise.
Overall, these results show that some students are not able to integrate conceptual and quantitative knowledge given typical multiple-choice problems.
However the foregoing issues are to be resolved, it can be recognized that the emphasis of Conceptual art is on ideas, not objects (in the common sense); on conception, not perception; on things to be intellectually apprehended and thought about, not to be seen and felt.
Conceptual and defined images of Scotland~s resource management sector, including reprocessing / recycling centers and material recovery facilities
Conceptual understanding in mathematics is not possible without mastery of basic skills.
The conceptual structure also specifies each element's relationship to others.
A second profound change is the creation of an overall strategy that views conceptual model building as the primary methodology for dealing with many or most of the issues the profession faces in attempting to manage records in automated environments.
The third dimension of the conceptual model is based on Griffith's (1980) three types of occupational opportunity structures: ideal, real, and perceived.
Our epistemology has already put forward a hypothesis that the emergence of a scientific conceptual scheme within a given society leads to a scientific tradition.
The book is at its best in those essays that push the conceptual or topical boundaries of violence history, such as Davies's exploration of women's active participation in gang violence, Arnot's psychological analysis of child murderers and Jackson's examination of women professionals' participation in the regulation of violence.

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