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qualitative

(kwol'i-ta?tiv) [L. qualitativus]
Referring to the quality of anything.
See: quantitative
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Finally, this definition does not sit well with Barry's claim that evil is qualitatively different.
"Russia and Turkey have brought the bilateral relations recently to a qualitatively new level of strategic partnership based on the joint political declaration, which the presidents adopted during Gul's visit in Moscow in February 2009," Prikhodko was quoted as saying by Russian news agency Itar-Tass.
Discursive data were generated through individual and focus group interviews and were audio taped, transcribed, qualitatively analyzed, and inductively rebuilt according to emergent (rather than imposed) meaning (van Dijk, 1993).
Adolescent roles during the War in Iraq changed qualitatively to meet the demands of wartime.
Their intersection with the music, though, remains seductive, suggesting that, were our daily lives actually accompanied by an evocative sound track, they could not help but be qualitatively enhanced.
Although the constitutional rights of parolees are limited, they are guaranteed some process before the government can impose conditions that are qualitatively different from the conditions characteristically imposed on a person convicted of a given crime, particularly where the conditions, as here, have stigmatizing consequences.
However, public schools operate on a reduced and qualitatively different level compared to Catholic schools, like a circle compared to a sphere.
The new study', with its much greater detail than previous models, is at "a qualitatively different level, which allows an analysis of many physical questions which could not be well addressed with previous simulations," says Springel.
Examining international law through the lens of the Middle East, this study demonstrates the qualitatively different manner in which international law is applied in this region of the world.
The result, Forty argues, was a resoundingly democratic view of the qualitatively superior built environment--a genuine sense of architecture for all.
The output of the students' interactions was analyzed qualitatively to uncover the main linguistic and interactional features.
The smear was qualitatively determined positive for P.

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