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tincture

 [tingk´chur]
an alcoholic or hydroalcoholic solution prepared from vegetable drugs or chemical substances.
compound benzoin tincture a mixture of benzoin and several other ingredients in alcohol, used as a topical skin protectant.
iodine tincture a preparation of iodine and sodium iodide in diluted alcohol, used as a topical antiinfective.

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Abbreviation for L. tinctura, or tincture.

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tincture.
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Then there exits a fuzzy neutrosophic reflexive and transitive relation R on U such that [bar.
So, as anticipated, we can find out whether D is transitive or not by computing the disimplicial arcs of Split(D*).
u) [subset or equal to] [mu]({v, w}) because u is transitive.
The following LS represents the semantic structure for causative accomplishment, which is associated to the transitive uses of join and attach:
learning, virtues) and transitive motivation (service, cooperation, support, and the like), then the employee creates a richer environment that overcomes the last characteristic of the production we have pointed out: the independent external end-point.
We argue that in sentences where non-alternating "se" occurs with transitive verbs, the clitic "se" is in the Specifier of a low applicative head too.
In the next set of examples, (15) is derived from transitive verb like in (9); (16) from a verb with an AGENT like subject like in (10); and (17) from a verb with a THEME like subject like in (11).
2 If a fuzzy choice function C is G-rational with transitive rationalization then C satisfies WFCA.
In the latter form, the causative predicate can be instantiated by either a transitive or an intransitive verb referred to in this article as transitive-based and intransitive-based resultative constructions, respectively.
2 : being or belonging to the case of a noun or pronoun that is an object of a transitive verb or a preposition
Of the two obvious ways to deal with this problem within Sainsbury's framework, I reject one (the analysis of thinking about as a propositional attitude) and endorse the other (treating "thinks about" as akin to ah intensional transitive verb).