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provisional

/pro·vi·sion·al/ (-vizh´un-al) formed or performed for temporary purposes; temporary.

provisional

(prō-vĭzh′ŭn-ăl) [L. provisio, provision]
Serving a temporary use pending permanent arrangements.
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The main provisionary clause consists of ten words only; this means the remaining 91 words are meant to provide the "essential flesh" in the form of qualifications.
The effectiveness of these small governments can be viewed in two ways: provisionary effectiveness and production efficiency.
LanChile" or "the Company") (NYSE: LFL) Chile's largest domestic and international airline, announces that at an Ordinary Board of Directors' Meeting held on December 26, 2002, the Board authorized payment of a provisionary cash dividend to be charged to the corresponding 2002 earnings in the amount of US$ 0.
He said the measure seeks to recognize the valuable input of all temporary workforce in the government serving under provisionary, temporary, contractual and job order appointment.
7/100,000), but it is very high and has a particular aggravating factor: 46% are provisionary prisoners or are in pre-trial detention (11).
A second glitch struck the elevated train system in the afternoon, after it had been placed on provisionary operations-or limited to trips between North Avenue and Shaw Boulevard-following the first breakdown in the morning.
The plan was supposed to be provisionary, and Naameh's gates were set to close in 2004.
However, it adopted at the same time a provisionary second article that allowed those courts to continue dealing with their ongoing cases until they are finalized.
As a result, a provisionary government under Hamid Karzai was installed on Dec.
As for the current provisionary government, Franco said that they can't change everything, such as budget management, because they "have no time and no vision.
The point, in Deleuze, from the beginning, from his empiricist beginning conceived as the projection of a new 'philosophy of experience', is to think in terms of processes of subjectivation, in terms according to which the subject is not a given, not a point of departure for a neo-Hegelian teleology of self-consciousness, but the always provisionary terminal of a movement, a 'heterogenesis' between all the possible levels of pathic and social existence.
If one then discovers that this provisionary decision is life-giving and fulfilling, one may safely go where one's discernment leads, even if this involves dissent in word or deed from official teaching.