perceptivity


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perceptivity

 [per″sep-tiv´ĭ-te]
ability to receive sense impressions.

per·cep·tiv·i·ty

(per'sep-tiv'i-tē),
The power of perception.

perceptivity

/per·cep·tiv·i·ty/ (per″sep-tiv´ĭ-te) ability to receive sense impressions.

perceptivity

[pur′səptiv′itē]
the ability to receive sense impressions.

per·cep·tiv·i·ty

(pĕr'sep-tiv'i-tē)
The power of perception.
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As far as the absolute perceptivity is regarding, the tests were carried out during daylight off-peak periods (between 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm), whilst for the relative perceptivity, additional tests were performed during peak-hour periods (after 5:00 pm).
More importantly to my argument, Bakhtin (1975:321) asserts that these incorporated genres include 'non-literary forms (menus, advertisements)', and it is here where his heteroglossic discursive perceptivity opens itself to the possibility of imagistic and other forms of scrip to-visual text for inclusion and analysis.
Here is a puzzle that tests perceptivity rather than knowledge.
But maybe it helped sharpen their perceptivity because it asked them to understand a way of thinking that was not their own.
It is where technology-driven ideas are born and developed, drawing on the creativity and perceptivity of the participants (cf.
Its author systematically sets forth, in prose poetic for its simplicity, the crucial findings of linguistics up to that time, with a perceptivity and realism derived from his own wide experience, monitored throughout by a reverent respect for his predecessors and an intimate knowledge of their achievements.
This paper bears the title 'Objections against the Perceptivity of Plants, so far as is evinced by their external Motions, in Answer to Dr Percival's Memoir in the Manchester Transactions'.
Controversies in the 1920s and 1930s about adult and working-class education and its relationship to democratic society are also outlined with Cuddy-Keane's characteristic rigour and perceptivity.
What James termed large absences and "destitutions" became, for Hawthorne, the advantages and additions of imagination and minute perceptivity.
When he confronts her with his suspicion, Melanie is so surprised by her father's perceptivity, she exclaims, "Right.
However, the care and perceptivity with which he clarifies the picaresque characteristics of each novel and analyzes other salient elements of each work more than offset those problems.
To stimulate the judge's perceptivity, invocation must be made to common sense, ideals, predelictions, and vanity.