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Definition of the noun alterability

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noun - plural: alterabilities

  1. the quality of being alterable

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Google previewThe Philosophical Magazine (1849)

A Journal of Theoretical, Experimental and Applied Physics

Its gray colour is more or less dark, and its spontaneous alterability is the smaller according ...

Google previewThe London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science (1849)

Its gray colour is more or less dark, and its spontaneous alterability is the smaller ...

Google previewWhy Constitutions Matter (2002)

by Niclas Berggren, Nils Karlson, Joakim Nergelius

Hence, alterability is a continuous variable, ...

Google previewHuman Life is Radical Reality (2005)

An Idea Developed from the Conceptions of Dilthey, Heidegger, and Ortega Y Gasset by Howard Nelson Tuttle

Human alterability is the self-making or autofabrication of human life and historical existence. Here human life assumes the responsibility for its existence in the future circumstances which it both forecasts and constructs. Human beings in this ...

Google previewThe Law Journal (1905)

Alterability is a statutory incident of articles. Ag/re v. Skeleey'n Adamant Cement Company presents us with the same principle in a somewhat different guise—viz. that articles cannot modify a statutory right. The articles there were, by one of ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Modern Political Thought (set) (2013)

by Gregory Claeys

They hoped that these features would mitigate, if not solve, the problems of vagueness, excessive alterability, and unenforceability. But the problem of vagueness, or at least generality, cannot be eliminated because many of the moral ...

Google previewMerriam-Webster's Rhyming Dictionary (2002)

by Merriam-Webster, Inc

wearability, wettability, workability absorbability, acceptability, accessibility, accountability, adaptability, adjustability, admirability, admissibility, adoptability, adorability, advisability, affectability, agreeability, alterability, amenability, amiability, ...

Google previewDictionary, Grades 6 - 12 (2012)

Classic Reference Library by American Education Publishing

alterability n. al•ter•a•tion ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Geographic Positions in the United States (1895)

The new formula is more symmetrical than the old one; it better expresses the alterability of staurolite into muscovite, and it seems to satisfy the evidence with sufficient completeness. When we remember that staurolite is excessively liable to ...

Google previewNew American Roget's College Thesaurus in Dictionary Form (Revised &Updated) (2002)

by Philip D. Morehead

Variability Nouns—1, changeableness, alterability; mutability, variability; inconstancy, fickleness; inconsistency; versatility; instability, vacillation, irresolution; eccentricity, flightiness, moodiness; fluctuation, fluidity, alternation ( see ...

Google previewAn Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2012)

by G.H.R. Parkinson

As Habermas stresses, the alterability of social structures due to critical theory results from the self-awareness that social subjects ...

Google previewLaw Dictionary (1986)

Fachwoerterbuch der anglo-amerikanischen Rechtssprache einschliesslich wirtschaftlicher und politischer Begriffe by Dora von Beseler, Barbara Jacobs-Wüstefeld

ändern, anders werden; sich wandeln alter ~ an entry eine Buchung abändern alterability Ab-, Veränderlichkeit/ 77.

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis, or, Universal dictionary of arts, sciences, and literature (1810)

or no alteration whatever, iithly, The dissolubility or indissolubility of the salt in alcohol, ijthly, Its alterability or unalterability by by means of charcoal, which may discompose its acid, or leave it untouched. i4thly, .The influence of vegeta- Vol.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Medieval Philosophy (2010)

Philosophy Between 500 and 1500 by Henrik Lagerlund

The alterability of most laws implies an ''absolute'' ruler. However, the authority of any ruler or regime is limited by fundamental laws, natural and divine law, and the natural and legal rights of subjects, as well as the right or threat of tyrannicide.

Google previewThe Universal English Dictionary (1869)

Comprising the Etymology, Definition, and Pronunciation of All Known Words in the Language, as Well as Technical Terms Used in Art, Science, Literature, Commerce, and Law by John Craig, P. Austin Nuttall

ALTERABILITY, awl-ter-a-bile-te, s. bility of alteration orchange. ALTERER, awl'ter-er, s. One who changes or alters, ...

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