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Definition of the noun essential condition
What does essential condition mean as a name of something?
- a prerequisite
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by K.P. Yadav, Malti Sundram, Malti Sundram
Transfer for example is both an essential condition of effective learning and retention and an effective test of retention. But as we learned in previous chapter there is a seventh condition of effective learning. Like readiness it is supplementary ...
by Keith Allan
essential condition. As an ...
A Dictionary of Medicine (1882)
Including General Pathology, General Therapeutics, Hygiene, and the Diseases Peculiar to Women and Children by Richard Quain
The essential condition in this malady is the intra- ventricular effusion. The cases in which the fluid has been found outside the brain and within the arachnoid sac are, in all probability, merely examples of the disease in which intra- ventricular ...
by Hugh C. Adamson
It is an essential condition of the soil of earth that thorns, weeds and fruitless trees may grow from it. Relatively speaking, this is evil; it is simply the lower state and baser product of nature. It is evident, therefore, that man is in need of divine ...
by Peter Robinson
And fourth, the essential condition indicates how an utterance is considered; for example, a request is classified as an attempt to get the hearer to perform an action. Each of these conditions highlights a different aspect of an utterance: the ...
It has been observed by the same writer, that this quality of a non-contradiction of experience, is the essential condition of what in poetical invention is called truth to nature. \Ve pronounce the characters in a poem to be well sustained if the ...
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