Justice Kennedy argues that individualized risk assessment is not necessary because notification and registration are not as severe as confinement, and because, as discussed, sex offenders are definitionally
Death" refers not to her death alone, but also the deaths and associated miseries of those who are, definitionally
or otherwise, suffering from a lack of development: the reality that "should not be denied.
However, the harmfulness of rape takes various forms and is not distinctively, let alone conceptually or definitionally
, characteristic of rape.
If queer definitionally
invokes diversity, as suggested by historians Robin Brontsema and Don Kulick, then it perhaps follows that those in queer communities acknowledge the diversity of queer experience.
Should licensure examinations begin to be used for purposes other than pass/fail entry into medical practice, a possibility the authors mention, then the assumptions would become definitionally
which reads: (some term) is definitionally
equivalent to (some other term[s]) (see Robinson, 1954).
Thus, the group one has consciousness towards which is definitionally
the ethnic group is also the nation.
, a strategy is a procedure employed to attempt a solution to indubitable baffling problems with which translation is replete.
The point here is that eliminating displacement as a definitionally
required component of gentrification should not lessen scholarly investigation of the harm caused to original residents by gentrification, nor does it deny the occurrence of displacement; to the contrary, eliminating it as a litmus test allows for a broader examination of the variety and extent of harm, including but not limited to displacement, that befalls residents of gentrifying neighborhoods.
Speers raises the important ethical and effectiveness questions that arise from the definitionally
obvious, but under-examined, observation that the "bottom line for management consultants is profit--not accountability, not getting elected, and not ensuring services to citizens are equitable and fair" (p.
Where quixotic implies a dreamy or foolish impracticality (though I'm sure it can suggest much more than this if one has recently, like Karen, read Don Quixote), absurd, definitionally
, mostly incites negation: to be meaningless, illogical, incoherent.
Monopolistic advantages are in line with Penrose's claim that while the process of expansion is definitionally
efficient, the resulting state need not be--as/when MNEs try to capture value through monopolistic practices.