Betty is thereby directly wronged by Alfred.
But it said most were directly related to the virus.
The model explicitly incorporated the market mechanism, which is the environment (directly or indirectly) of each factory.
When asked by MSNBC in September whether he had spoken to the whistleblower, Schiff said: “We have not spoken directly with the whistleblower.”
is directly verifiable, as (1) in conjunction with O1 entails O3.
Kushner has also been flying state directors into Washington to brief Trump directly.
Most aircraft have air vents above each seat to dispense this clean air directly to passengers.
Not all rigid expressions are directly referential; there are descriptions that are rigid de facto.
They also let users send and receive data as if their computers or phones are directly connected to private networks.
In 2013, Content26 stopped working directly with Amazon and started growing its business directly with brands.
By contrast, typical direct reference theorists hold, naturally enough, that ordinary proper names and the like are directly referential.
Robo heavyweights Wealthfront and Betterment directly handle some $21.5 billion and more than $20 billion in client assets, respectively.
We should be careful to distinguish not being (directly) aware of the wall from being (directly) aware of something which is not the wall.
If expressions could be rigid de jure without being directly referential, then even if names are not directly referential, they might be rigid de jure.
In short, giving cash does not directly improve somebody's well-being; rather, it's a tool that can be used to purchase things — such as food and shelter — that do directly contribute to well-being.
While Mr Trump tried to directly confront his challenger, pointing at him and addressing him directly, the Democratic candidate spoke more to viewers and looked directly into the camera.
They are either directly accessible (pratyakṣa), which constitutes objects that are obvious to cognition, or they are directly inaccessible (parokṣa), which constitutes objects that are occulted, or obscured from cognition.
While that can’t prove directly, of course, that including more female scientists in the workforce will directly lead to more sex-diverse research, it is a fair assumption to make that case, says its lead author Vincent Lariviere, from the University of Montreal.
Marginalised groups are categorised as lesser than whatever established norm in society; policy is designed directly to hold them back; people, including those targeted by unfair treatment, start to believe that their identity, not their individual capabilities, directly inform what they can and can’t achieve.
In other cases a person might not have a certain state of affairs directly in his power, but there might be a sequence of things,
such that he has p directly in his power, and if he were to bring about p, he would then have q directly in his power, and if … he would have s directly in his power.
- without deviation
Example: the path leads directly to the lake
- without anyone or anything intervening
Example: these two factors are directly related
- without delay or hesitation; with no time intervening
- in a forthright manner; candidly or frankly
Example: he didn't answer directly
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