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Definition of the adjective Selfstanding
What does Selfstanding mean as an attribute of a noun?
- standing or existing in ones own power, ability or competence, non-reliant
- individual; independent
- [context: grammar] lacking affixes, stem
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by Bertrand Badie, Dirk Berg-Schlosser, Leonardo Morlino
privatization, over to newly created, still municipally owned, but organizationally and financially selfstanding corporations. In some cases, such corporatization has been extended to a broad scope of local functions, sometimes with the intention of tailoring the entire administration to a private sector–derived holding (Konzern) scheme. Second, often beset by budgetary needs, the municipalities ...
by Stephen W. Littlejohn, Karen A. Foss
It was that historical turn in the road that eventually led hermeneutics, as its own selfstanding theoretical perspective ...
Pocket Crossword Dictionary (2015)
by B. J. Holmes
PISH how Frenchman COMMENT how German WIE how old AGE how old one is AGE how Parisian COMMENT how to can indicate the answer is an adverb, usually ending in LY; can indicate a word in which the first component is a selfstanding verb (as “Informant – how to put the kids to sleep” signals TELLTALE ) Howard's End D Howdy HI however BUT; THO; YET; THOUGH; anagram indicator howl CRY; ROAR; WAIL howler BLUNDER; MONKEY HQ BASE; DEPOT; STATION ...
by Professor Peter Gordon, Peter Gordon, Professor Denis Lawton, Denis Lawton
with universities or polytechnics but about 50became selfstanding diversified colleges of higher education.The principalsof thesecolleges ofhigher education formed the Standing Conferencesof Principals(SCOP). When polytechnics became universitiesin 1992 the future andthe status of the CHE was questioned, butit seems likely that those offering specialist courses not available inuniversities willprobably survive. College of Preceptors Incorporated by Royal Charter in 1849, it.
by Simon Blackburn
Opposition to this way of looking at ethics may begin with wondering whether selfstanding states of this kind exist, given that generally we take satisfaction and pleasure in acting, and it is not possible to separate the pleasure as an end from the action as a mere means. Critics also point out the way in which much ethical life is 'backward looking' (seeing whether an action is a case of breaking a promise, abusing a role, betraying a trust, etc.) rather than exclusively 'forward looking' as ...
2-volume set by Mary Hawkesworth, Maurice Kogan
With the exception ofan occasionally selfstanding agrarian interest (suchas individual smallholders who formeda distinctive social ...
by Louise Cummings
Inferentialism is a species of pragmatism and of the usetheory of meaning – our expressions are seen as tools which we employ to do various useful things (though they should not be seen as selfstanding ...
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Video shows what selfstanding means. standing or existing in ones own power, ability or competence, non-reliant. individual, independent. lacking affixes, stem.
Scrabble value of S1E1L1F4S1T1A1N1D2I1N1G2
The value of this 12-letter word is 17 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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